Lovely place for breakfast lunch and afternoon tea all food cooked fresh lovely selection of cakes and scones
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The food in Rosy Lea's is always wonderful, and we eat there quite a lot. Sometimes the service can be quite slow when the restaurant is busier, but it is always my first choice for a coffee and cake when in the town.
Today was my first visit, with my sister to "Rosey Lea's. The options for teas and coffees on the menu was amazing, and we hadn't looked at food yet! A beautifully presented pot of tea for one, a coffee and a sausage sandwich with granary...More
Called in for a snack. Ordered salt beef sandwich and coleslaw. The granary bread was very soft and fresh and the salt beef with lettuce onion and tomato was really nice. Only with they had Wi-fi for customers but that’s not a huge issue.
I have visited Rosey Leas several times and the food and service has been very good and plenty to choose for children too. It has been said that the cafe needs proper ventilation which I would agree with as it is very very smokey inside...More
Been here a few times and most visits rate 4 - 5 stars. But a couple of occasions where both food and service fell a little short. Seems to depend which team's on duty at the time. But overall a competent and good value eatery.
This little place does a super sandwich selection, a lovely choice of teas and the service is efficient and friendly. I'm pleased to support a local business rather than a national/global chain. I often take friends here for lunch and they all love it!
I took my daughter for afternoon tea; ordered two cream tea's and a milkshake. It was probably half full with customers, so not overly busy. Tea and milkshake arrived, then waited 15 mins for the scones and cream, by which point we had nearly finished...More
Nice warm welcome the staff are lovely, the coffee was great and the slection of cakes and food is pretty good, a little hidden away from th main street in the middle of town.