We love Berry's: the ladies, the food, the setting, and Ed. Truly, this is the Nadia Comaneci of Coffee Houses. Thank You, All.
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Enetarianticed in by menu outside we were disappointed that there were no GF/veg meals available !!!!! So we left still hungry.More
I'm sorry that you didn't want anything we had on the menu when you called in. We did offer you soup with gluten-free bread or toast or a couple of gluten-free salads, but our hot vegetarian special, which we regularly alter, was on this occasion...More
The best tea/coffee/light lunch place in Church Stretton. Wonderful homemade food. A small place but worth trying to go to.
Quirky but homely rooms, delicious home made food. On first visit we sat in the Parlour, complete with chiming clock , wonderful old fashioned decor and sofas. Very comfortable and warm. We spotted two real fires in other rooms, just adding to the lovely cosy...More
Lunchtime snacks here yesterday. Very good staff, and very nice setting. Pretty good overall but felt just a little over-priced. Worth a visit thoughMore
I'm so sorry you feel that we are overpriced. Everything here is home-made using best-quality ingredients, so I'm afraid that we just cannot compete on price with places that buy stuff in and/or compromise on quality. We also have to pay VAT, which smaller places...More
Usually call in for amazing lunches but today just had time and space for coffee and some amazing cake instead. We choose the regular coffee which arrived, as ever, hot and at ideal strength. My wife selected coffee cake which was light and rich while...More
Sat awhile before realising we'd left our invisibility suites on. Turned them off and got served, eventually. Very weak tea. Paid with cash as that's the one and only option.More
I'm so sorry, but one of our staff didn't feel well enough to come in yesterday and, because of the short notice, we were unable to replace her, so our service wasn't always quite what we aim for. Without knowing which tea you had I'm...More
Popped in during a weekend due to reading previous reviews on Trip Advisor. Luckily we did as the food we both chose (lamb casserole) was excellent. Also the lovely coffee was piping hot which a lot of specialist houses don't tend to have. The advice...More
We popped in for brunch and were not disappointed. The farmers breakfast was great and my husband really enjoyed it. I had smoked salmon and scrambled eggs. Both were freshly prepared and tasty. A great bonus was the refill on the tea and coffee that...More