Reminded us of Bobs cafe in Man Down. Sour reception told that there was a long wait for food because there were lots if take aways. Food was cheap and cheerful. Didnt get the friendly welcome others seem to have got.
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Amazing BIG breakfast!!! love coming to this place most mornings! shame to see them close the doors soon :( staff are so friendly too and up for a laugh! xx
Called with my husband, not happy to hear that this place is closing!! We called for breakfast and I have to say one of the nicest breakfasts i have had, not everyone offers a full proper English or Welsh breakfasts with all items and plenty...More
This cafe is upstairs in the craft centre. There was a warm welcome to a well furnished cafe. I had the large breakfast and my wife had the regular. The bacon was lovely and on the whole the meal was good.The toast was brown and...More
It's a pity the place hasn't got a more accessible entrance of its own. The whole decor inside is so dated and dingy, would look lovely I'm more neutral colours to brighten it up. Staff were attentive and the tea, hot chocolate and cake were...More
We had coffees and Welsh cakes here mid morning. Absolutely lovely with oodles of butter too. Also the coffee nice and hot. The breakfasts did look excellent too. Friendly staff and lovely old building. Couldn't fault it. Excellent value for money.
Cafe in an Arts centre. Excellent. The Welsh breakfasts were perfect. The midday menu looks superb as well. Very clean. Welcoming staff.
The cafe is situated on the first floor of a local craft centre, however what it lacks in atmosphere is compensated for in a high quality breakfast at competitive prices. St.Clears butchers have an excellent reputation, and you won't have tasted better bacon anywhere else.
It was a huge dissapointment. The food tasted as though it had been purchased in a local supermarket. The dirt on the radiators and my uncleaned table was a huge letdown. I watched one of the three employes literally pour a packet of savers crisps...More
Took our 2 grandchildren for breakfast at Annie's - staying at the nearby Travelodge. My husband said his full Welsh was the best he had had for ages. Children had beans on toast - great! Poached eggs was mine and also very good. I a...More