I would just like to say that I have visited this cafe before. No problem. Today as I walked by I saw the offer of teacake and tea for 2 for £3.50 Great offer I have no complaints, 5 were ordered 1 outside the offer...More
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The food is great, the portions are big. However, if you are an older person, or a child with a smaller appetite you can have a smaller, still generous portion. Vegetarians are welcome. The sauces (ketchup) are top brands. Lovely food, friendly staff, great value...More
Sadie's is a classic old school cafe that serves all day breakfasts, sandwiches, cooked dinners etc. It's not an upmarket or, to be honest, a particularly well maintained place. However, the farmhouse breakfast I enjoyed was well cooked and presented and the ingredients were of...More
Was in town and decided to pop ibto Sadies for an all day breakfast. very good it was too.........well cooked with good ingredients. Service with a smile. and a good mug of tea. I expect the new Weatherspoons must be impacting the business of some...More
Dropped in for a breakfast, on a Saturday morning, as I had heard some good reports about this place. Ordered a small 'English'. Whilst waiting I noticed how tatty the cafe is. It could really do with a good sprucing. One table near the front...More
Great food at a great price. We had traditional breakfast with free black pudding,fried bread was with uncut bread so nice and chunky,meaty sausage and fresh mushrooms. Not greasy either which is also a bonus all cooked to order.
Wonderful breakfasts. The toast was doorsteps of bloomer bread and it made the meal go from great to gorgeous. The dinners and meat and two veg type of fare and they are really healthily made. No signs of grease and oil. I recommend Sadies wholeheartedly.
The tables were sticky, the floor was dirty and so were the walls, the food was barely warm and my husband has been ill all day since. Apparently they have food hygiene award of 5!! I think that needs reassessing because I dont see how...More