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Reviewed 27 October 2017

Been going to sarah,s for my breakfast for a few month's now find it strange to hear someone say that they had sausage was not real meat but a cheap synthetic type. I have always been served real meat sausage's and always been look after...have had to wait once or twice but only because sarah was serving in the other part of her shop as she also cook's as well and I have never had anything to complain aboutMore

Date of visit: October 2017
Reviewed 17 October 2017

We decided to pop in here for a late lunch and ended up having an all day breakfast. Our order was taken as soon as we sat down and our coffee's were served promptly. Unfortunately there was a long wait for my little boy's chocolate...milkshake to arrive so all drinks did not arrive together. When the milkshake arrived we were told that there would be a wait for the breakfasts to be cooked as Sarah was serving customers in her other craft shop. Whilst waiting we could here them talking in the kitchen and giggling, shame they were not putting there efforts into cooking orders. Instead we could just here them gossiping. I also heard them say that there was an egg shell in the egg. The breakfasts sausage was not real meat but a cheap synthetic type. Being in Cumbria you would have thought they would use Cumberland locally sourced sausage. The drinks went cold whilst waiting so long for the breakfasts to arrive. We also only got two slices of toast between two people served on one plate. You could not call this toast as it was anaemic and soggy. The cafe was too warm and covered in condensation. The fridge was in the room but you could not identify any cakes on display as it was all steamed up. The elderly lady sitting across from us was served cold coffee so we also heard her complain. I would not rate this cafe due to poor service and poor food for the price. It is also not suitable for push chair and small baby. You also have to walk through the kitchen to get to the toilet. Overall a very disappointing poor experience.More

Date of visit: October 2017
Reviewed 4 October 2017

Chicken pie was light pastry and full of meat. Scones baked fresh every day, both fruit and date versions lovely. Not too noisy to have a conversation. Also managed to buy some lovely jewellery in the shop next door!

Date of visit: October 2017
Reviewed 9 July 2017

The service was good, they were on top of anything that needed to be covered. The meal was lovely, I would definitely recomend going there for an locals or just people passing through.

Date of visit: July 2017
Reviewed 6 July 2017

Just had Sunday roast lunch what great value for your money cheapest in Brampton cumbria had the beef with all the trimmings could not even manage a pudding well worth a visit staff were most helpful

Date of visit: July 2017
Reviewed 1 May 2017 via mobile

I come here often for my dinner as I work long shifts at work and Sarah offers good home cooked food at a great price. This lovely little cafe has a gift shop next door which has some beautiful things for sale. Sarah offers a...yummy full breakfast which is served all day and yummy lunches, my fave being their lasagne. Sarah's is a great place for locals to come but it's also great for tourists too, tucked away just at the back of the high street between the travel agent and Indian take away, Sarah's is worth a visit and you won't be disappointedMore

Date of visit: May 2017
Reviewed 26 April 2017

Just had an all day breakfast what value for your money you get the full works and with the great staff everyone passing though should stop here forget the rest this is the best

Date of visit: March 2017
Reviewed 2 March 2017

Town centre, small, intimate, friendly (full of chatty locals) and warm, smiling servcie from Sarah and her staff. Brilliant value, infinitely better than the over-rated, and over-priced, Lanercost tea Rooms

Date of visit: March 2017
Reviewed 22 April 2016

This is a very small (only three tables on our visit) cafe down a pedestrianised lane in the west end of Brampton town centre. It is also a arts and craft shop. We had a delicious light lunch there with home made soup and baking...~ all made on the premises by the owner/proprietor. Sophisticated it is not, but very friendly and magnificent value. It will take a bit of finding - but make the effort!More

Date of visit: April 2016
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