Have been meeting friends and family here for many years lovely setting excellent food but the staff aren't always friendly not sure why ? I noticed on our last visit the prices had been increased considerably will not return shame !
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My third visit to this cafe this year, and my last. Each visit has got worse. Today my daughter and I called mid afternoon hoping to have a cup of tea and a piece of cake. We sat inside for 15mins and we may have...More
A very interesting group of buildings, a very good shop and the cafe manages to be high quality but certainly the morning we went there delightfully run. Staff all seem confident and enthusiastic about where they work. The menu is open to a degree of...More
We were a very large group (20) who had been walking and turned up to see if we could grab a sandwich lunch. There was enough seating outside so we began to sit down, only to be confronted by one of the waitresses who told...More
This is an eatery based on the David Mellor site where manufacturing of his cutlery products still take place. (25 years old now) Over the years it's gradually extended its offerings from originally just coffee and cakes to now hot lunches and a range of...More
If you have an interest in design then the shop and museum are well worth a visit and you could always splash out on a £15 egg cup. As for the cafe it's nothing special and rather over priced. And that's about the most I...More
Beautiful, top quality cafe at the David Mellor museum. Stylish and design-led as you would anticipate with lovely cutlery! Certainly would impress on a lunch date or afternoon tea stop after see a nice walk along the river at Hathersage. Gorgeous homemade cakes, lovely staff...More
First visit here, beautiful setting, lovely food, friendly staff. Took my Aunt as well who is celiac, and she was really impressed that they did gluten free bread with the delicious soup and had a choice of gluten free cakes! Will most definitely be returning.