Popped in on a rainy day to enjoy coffee & tea in an enchanting building, with friendly service in an establishment that really knows its beverages. Hope to return soon to enjoy more of what's on offer.
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On a rainy Tuesday we had a break from visiting some of Lincoln's many places of interest. The cafe is in a fine historic building on the High Bridge. Sandwiches and coffee were very good. It is worth trying to get a window table at...More
Are you ready to order sir? Yes. A bacon bap please. Sorry, no bacon. Then... Sorry, no sausage. This was at 10am on a Saturday morning, after waiting 10 minutes to even be acknowledged by the "waitress".
My wife, sister and I visited Stokes High Bridge Cafe on a busy Saturday lunchtime. We were attracted by the fine Tudor building which is said to have been standing since 1540. By pure luck we found a table on the top floor by a...More
I visited yesterday, late morning with my teenage nephew & niece & their step-mum on the recommendation of my 18 yr old niece. I wanted to give them a small treat before driving to Nottingham to see their very poorly dad in ICU at the...More
The High Bridge Cafe in Lincoln has been a favourite of mine over the last 10years and on a recent lunch get together with old friends,this was first choice! It's prominent place on Lincoln high street makes this Tudor building stand out from the outset....More
After hearing lots of people talking about Stokes, my mum took me for lunch here today and all in all, it was a pleasant experience. There was a wait for tables inside for lunch so we sat outside and had a hot drink while we...More
Stopped at this cafe to have afternoon tea. We sat outside next to a window display showing their homemade scones. They looked very appetising so we duly ordered two along with drinks. When we got them we were so disappointed. They were dry and over...More