We were just after a rejuvenation coffee and tried to order at 405pm but were turned away despite the fact that the place had lots of people still sat down. We retraced our steps to cafe Alys at the museum - a good move.
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We ordered homemade tomato soup, which was very nice, as was the warm bread that accompanied it. We returned later with friends to indulge in coffee and cake. The lemon meringue was lovely, but the carrot cake didn't go down so well. Our friends had...More
This little cafe was lovely. It was a busy Saturday lunchtime and obviously popular with locals. We liked the mix of age groups.The two young girls running it were unbelievably efficient. The food was excellent value for money. I had a chicken burger which came...More
We visited this charming village on the way to Beddgelert to find that it was market day. The whole street was buzzing and we had a very nice cup of coffee in this coffee shop. It's a pity we weren't hungry because the portions of...More
Looks OK from the outside, and is clean and tidy inside. However, the service was a tad slow. The coffee could have been stronger - too much water added to the brew I suspect. The real stinger was the charge of 25p per cup for...More
Popped in for light lunch. We were really impressed. Staff were lovely and attentive too. Food was really tasty and excellent value.