Me and my partner had tea and a nice scone with jam and clotted cream and we were both very well impressed and a good price too. And very friendly staff as well.
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Ate breakfast here and was really happy with it. I had a scrambled egg with tomatoes spinach and pumpkin seed dish wish was very tasty. Felt like 'clean' food and I will definitely be returning. The location is also fantastic, it's a lovely sun trap...More
Lovely relaxed Cafe serving delicious homemade style food. Very child friendly with lots of things on the menu that small children like. You can buy an ice cream from the shop next door and eat in the cafe - perfect for small children alongside their...More
Fairly average fare, but over-priced for what it is. Patrons have a choice between cramped accommodation inside or a few small metallic tables and chairs crammed into a small space outside in the wind. Staff seem to operate on "Suffolk time", so service is quite...More
Having had a great amble along the Waterfront we decided to stop for a coffee. This cafe is in a prominent position and in the afternoon in full sunshine. The coffee is amazing & the cheese scones outstanding. I love 'people watching' and factor in...More
What a wonderful little cafe this is. Seating is limited but that's not a bad thing. You feel you are getting personal service against some of the world wide chains in town. After I have ordered mine try the cheese scones which from a professional...More
As always something tasty on the specials menu, friendly service, all freshly made and brought to the table so it takes a little time, but well worth the wait. Lovely jacket potatoes today. A buzzy busy atmosphere which always delights, and a perfect location.
Ordered tea and poached eggs on toast. Tea arrived in a very small pot, which just filled the cup, and wasn't really that hot. Poached eggs arrived after 15mins, over cooked and rubbery. No time to complain as I was hungry and didn't have another...More