Great find Great coffee Great Tea Great snack Great friendly service Great Price No more to be said. Go there!!!!
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Cosy,interesting cafe.Good value for money.Range of home cooked cakes on offer.Interesting soups.Takeaway also available. Some local craft products for sale.Cafe used by locals,tourists & cyclists
I've eaten here a few times and called in for coffees. The Cafe has a down to earth feel to it. The coffee is good and I tried the aubergine gratin from the specials menu last week and it was excellent. Although only one high...More
A good find on a cold Monday, if you are hungry try "the Works", a huge all day breakfast excellent value, good quality pleasant service.
We stopped in for tea and a baked treat after checking out the information office next door. The staff were pleasant and service was prompt. Great cup of tea and fresh baked goods.
Popped in on a Sunday following a long walk and opted for the homemade pumpkin soup followed by a cheddar ploughman’s. Both were delicious and served quickly. The ploughman’s was really good quality with a very generous serving of cheddar and Brie. They were very...More
A friendly cafe which always seems busy, conveniently located right in the centre of the friendly little town. On my recent lunchtime visit at half term the cafe was very busy but the helpful young waitresses were managing well. My jacket potato was very good...More
Popped in for a coffee with my wife and the smell of burned cooking oil coming from the kitchen was bad also the tables were filthy , if you have kids working for you atleast teach them to keep the place clean. All i can...More
Busy local cafe, tables inside and out. Nice coffee. Stopped by before going to the Motor Museum. We like Moretonhamsptead - it's small but full of character with independent places like this. Worth a viist.
Had intended to have a bite in a pub along the road however although closed for refurbishment in mid 2015 and now open its still not doing food! So, just along the road we found this place. Not much activity, lunchtime had passed but still...More