Lovely food a little something different. Prices are good and they do some nice tea and cake. I would give 5 but its a little tight so I think you can book a table.
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Food simple, healthy(ish) and filling at a reasonable price. Small location but ambiance great. Helpful and attractive staff. What not to like. Well worth a visit if you’re looking for a simple but tasty option.
Revisited this cafe as situated near to elderly mothers home and enjoyed very much warm quiche and amazing salad in the summertime. Endured cold walk really looking forward to great food. Unfortunately fell well short of expectations this time. Quiche portions were smaller and almost...More
We loved our visit to the Holy Cow! We had a family breakfast there with our three small children. The staff was prompt, pleasant, and helpful, providing a high chair for our baby and coloring books to amuse our three-year-old and five-year-old. The children shared...More
Close to the new premises of MQ, this small cafe is perfectly formed. Today we enjoyed pulled lamb with flat bread, yogurt dressing, salsa and salad and chicken, avocado and mayo toasted sandwich. All freshly prepared and delicious and very reasonably priced. Some meals of...More
My wife and I had a lovely lunch in this quaint cafe/restaurant in a picturesque setting in the middle of rural Somerset. The Eggs Royale and Benedict were beautifully cooked and excellent value for money. Service was attentive and ambiance pleasant. Some regulars told us...More
This small cafe in Chilcompton is just perfect for your Breakfast stop having picked the full English and my daughter having the pancakes and mother having Salmon with scrambled eggs, all a good size just what you need to start the day off, you pay...More
The Holy Cow serves the best tasting coffee in Somerset, and the food is always delicious! For anyone looking for a great tasting coffee, carefully crafted and not rushed or burnt like all the big high Street chains, then this is the only place to...More