Excellent butternut squash and sweet potato soup. The bread served with it was also extremely good. Friendly.
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Stopped in here for a little light bite to eat. Staff were a little unfriendly and nearly all the tables outside had dirty dishes on. Ordered some chessy chips, a bread sharing platter and 2 slices of millionaires shortbread. The sharing bread was very disappointing!...More
only small but outside seating available. staff friendly. the cakes are amazing. coffee is good. afternoon tea is nice too. nearest toilet is at the car park for 20 pence
Hot day so called in for a couple of ice creams to cool off. Amazed how small the portion size was. Just one really small scoop and cost 2 pound 50 pence. Lots of flavours to choose from and was really nice just that the...More
Stopped for coffee and bacon sandwiches for breakfast. Great coffee, sandwiches on the more pricey side but it's Cornwall in the summer and I'm on my hols. Service very prompt and great doorstops of bacon sarnies with a choice of white/malted bread. Nice start to...More
Stopped for coffee and a cake which was nice but it was a little expensive compared with the rest of the area. The lack of toilet was a big issue to us as the public toilets are a long way in the rain!
We stopped here for a coffee and milkshakes before setting off on our travels again. Nice coffee and kids loved their shakes. Reasonably priced. No toilets though only down side
Freshly prepared food with lovely salads. Was impressed with the size of the portions as well as the quality of the food. The doorstop bread with the crab rarebit, which was on the specials board, was delicious. Both burgers were tasty (chicken and beef). Chef...More
We went for breakfast last week There was 10 of us,& the staff & food were great They easily coped with our large party A very pleasant meal
After parking the car decided we needed a drink before we went down into Port Isaac, some had tea, the latte coffees were the best and hot chocolate delicious, tables were cleared and wiped down as soon as people left,