What an amazing place, delicious filter coffee, tasty samosa's and an incredibly diverse range of Art, clothes & knick knacks. Definitely a place to see for yourself!
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Being a resident of Batmouth we often go to Ebeneezer's for a coffee.It is situated in an old chapel and you are surrounded with items from the east which adds to the experience by walking around and looking at the interesting wares. We have always found the coffee of good quality and the staff very friendly.Worth a visit with a... More
We came here 2 days in a row for a cup of coffee between exploring parts of the town. We were greeted very warmly by Beana who sat with us and shared travelling stories. She, and her husband Ian who both work in the shop were very helpful in our local enquiries and we will both be popping back in... More
Popped in for a quick coffee break as a time out from our trip. What a great welcome with even better coffee and biscuits :-D. The whole re-decorated church, educated reading material and an exceptionally clean toilet (just in case my mum ever decides to visit) :-D. We were treated with such consideration, e.g. was the music to loud, warmest... More
If you like the finer foods in life along with the aroma of other parts of the world this place is for you, prices are a little high for food and drink but the shop on the side offers a great array of gifts from rings to masks.
We stumbled upon this while browsing shops,the layout is quirky with the shop full of really different worldwide products, we only sat and had a drink as it was a hot day and it was lovely and cool inside, it was great to find traditional Turkish Apple tea on the menu, as well as all the usual drinks,the guys serving... More
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