A hidden gem. Beautiful food served quickly, great attention to detail, plenty full and very tasty with the added bonus of beautiful scenery. Well worth a visit, you won’t be disappointed.
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Stopped here as the walk was recommended in the paper. We are before our challenging walk and the food was amazing. The cous cous was especially great and the coronation chicken potato was huge. We were all impressed. Sadly the weather turned before we made...More
What can I say nothing but superlatives the awards that this tearoom have had are fully justified. What an oasis what a find,it's a long way off the beaten track through narrow tree lined lanes to end up at a riverside setting next to none...More
We visited today for the second time this year-in June & today. The food & service is always of a high standard. However, we have found in recent years that your 'specials' board never changes. The food on offer is always the same & therefore,...More
Beautiful location Food and Cakes really divine. This is a hidden Gem not really sure I should share it with you!!!
Tried to visit for brunch last year but didn't open until 11. The great reviews tempted us back again this year. After a lovely walk around the area we arrived at 11. Lovely sounding menu however when we went to order they were only serving...More
Wonderful place to stop especially after a walk or if you have just moored your boat. Great salads, rolls and yummy cakes. Key lime pie a huge favourite but if you have a roll first you may want to share it OR NOT!!! Have visited...More
I live in the area and have often eaten at Quayside. I was not impressed by my recent visit. I ususlly have the crab salad, which is naturally gluten free. This time the crab had breadcrumbs added and wasn't. Instead I had fresh cockles with...More