I will definitely return because the food is really good, although the ketchup is unbranded and rather tasteless. The people serving are just unfriendly, and need to perk up!
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We are currently M&S card holders and as part of this we receive coffee vouchers quarterly. Each voucher has a £2.65 value towards a hot drink allowing the medium coffee selection. I only noticed a few days ago that I was being charged more than...More
Came here Sunday for breakfast, arrived at 11 which I believe is the cafe opening time, had bacon and sausage butties which were both really fresh, bacon was crispy and sausage tasty and pots of tea. My son had the child's cheese and ham toastie...More
I love m+s for everything,in this store u get it all,clothing,which you can ordoer into store free.food hall.Convenient cafe with high chairs+toilet facilities with baby changing available.fair trade is available with pastries,sandwiches,toasties,kids boxes+more,pop in for a cup of your favourite to recharge your batteries.
I went here today and firstly it is clean and well run. I had to smile as the staff on the counter were very fresh faced but what a joy as they were lovely and had excellent manners and were a credit to Marks and...More
I've been a fan of M&S and a loyal customer for forty years, but I am angered to see what I think is an indefensible price hike. The Eccles cakes and apple turnovers have gone up in price from £1.50 each to £1.75. The factory...More
We had their afternoon tea for two today, not the best in the area, but good value, especially when using a voucher. We arrived about 3, and hoped that there might be some decent sandwiches. We were offered a good choice, but 4 small quarter...More
Three generations of our family had afternoon tea in Marks and Spencer in the Arnison Centre, Durham. The sandwiches were lovely, very dainty, a good selection of cakes and two pots of tea and a soft drink for my grandaughter. The service was good and...More