Great food, great decor, great ambiance, great choice, great staff...... Just wish I didn't live three hours away!
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Food and drinks perfectly adequate but the place reeks of fat (whether they use cheap oil/fat, use old oil/fat or their filters need cleaning I'm not sure). Am having to wash all my clothes, including coat and scarf, to get rid of smell. Floor claggy...More
Rude nasty owner Waited well over an hour. Cold hostile environment Tried to be friendly Not even acknowledged Won't go in againMore
I am the owner and chef. I am sorry to hear that you felt our place was a cold hostile environment. We try hard to make our cafe a warm, welcoming place for everyone and feel that is the general feedback. You visited on Christmas...More
Visited Glastonbury with a friend an found the lazy gecko. What a delight this place is, the staff were friendly the service was great and the food was absolutely delicious. The bubble and squeak with two fried eggs is definitely a must and very very...More
went in here for a meal on the night of the carnival-myself,husband and 2 grandchildren,found a table straight away,served promptly with drinks and only a short wait for meals which were very tasty although i thought £5.50 for 2 rounds of beans on toast a...More
The food is nothing special, but it's consistently good quality at reasonable prices. Lovely atmosphere, friendly staff, and the owner doesn't tolerate rude customers - a feature, in my opinion. Shame about the astroturf in the garden.
Very friendly, redbush tea & a lovely breakfast great atmosphere. Having been to almost all the cafes in Glastonbury over the years this is a quirky fun place. Locals and tourists alike chatting doing business making friends you can also sit on the pavement or...More
A great place to eat, when the weather is good sit out in the sun in the outside space at the rear of the building.