Got there and the place says it closed down on Xmas eve 2016. A rather sudden and sad end for the place popular amongst locals.
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I have to say after visiting this place on more than one occasion for our work lunches, I am fairly impressed. On entering the staff are friendly and approachable, the food is well priced and comes in generous portions. It's always keeps us going for...More
We were visiting Barnstaple (from Exeter) for a day's shopping in the week before Christmas and dropped into Ballantyne's for a light lunch. The lady who served us was excellent, very personable and friendly. I had a coffee and one of their warmed Leek and...More
This cafe is in a good central location with a nice ambiance but it lets itself down by slow service and being dis-organised. Despite only being 1:15 on a weekday in December they had run out of jacket potatoes - not a problem, the pate...More
If you need something to fill you up and give you the strength for an afternoon of shopping, then this is the place for you. I had a vegetarian breakfast, which was absolutely amazing, except for the tomatoes that were on my plate, which I...More
I must say before you read this review as negative it's not..... hubby had steak and ale, eldest had cheesy gastro chips and youngest a ham sandwich.... great service very attentive.... only thing missing was the Stilton in my steak and Stilton pasty..... seemed to...More
After stumbling upon this place last year we made a bee line for it again whilst on holiday. Very polite staff, lovely clean eating area, nice menu that caters for most tastes. Husband had the eggs & ham meal & I had a baguette with...More
Fast service, greeted straight away and apologised for some of the meals being sold out, which was ok as we were just having cream tea. The meals we did see looked amazing, no scrimping on portion size. Cream tea was a substantial size with large...More
A nice drop in for a traditional Devon lunch, whether it be pasties of cream tea. Not the cheapest, but good quality.