A great pop in cafe, reasonably priced venue ideal for a quick snack or a much needed drink to refresh - staff really friendly. Service speedy and some interesting side items to take on your way.... Second visit so will go again
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A lovely warm welcome, a wide selection of teas and a very generous serving for afternoon tea of a splendid apple and berry crumble with ice cream. Nice decor. The day's newspapers to enjoy. I couldn't help but notice the person I presume to be...More
I have eaten here on several occasions and each time the food has been of a consistently high standard. The home made soups and cakes are wonderful and the owners always make me and my dog feel really welcome. A great place, would definitely recommend...More
Stopped off at this lovely little place for a quick lunch, they cater for coeliacs so I wasn't worried about what I chose. Pleasant staff and reasonably priced.
Sails is excellent for traditional British cafe food. The staff are very friendly and the food always hot and cooked well. Its not gourmet but proper honest food. Sails doesn't try to be something it isn't. I come in nearly everyday now and always feel...More
I visited her with my husband and our friends. It's a cosy little cafe with plenty of homemade options. We had a choice of 4 homemade soups. I chose the spicy Mexican bean soup (spicy indeed and very tasty), and my husband chose the butternut...More
Having removed ourselves from one eating place we found this cafe and thank goodness we did. Quite the opposite from the "restaurant" we tried, this small friendly place was just what we needed. A good wholesome lunch at reasonable prices and more than enough on...More