Hungry and need a nice quiet little cafe to visit the Ashmore is for you. Lovely old building, friendly staff and relaxed. The soup and crusty roll were yummy and the scones are soooo good. Oh and very good coffee, loved the whole experience.
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We shared a delicious rhubarb cake and cream here for afternoon tea. Looking around, other meals had very generous serves. Great coffee and loose leaf tea also. Very comfortable on a hot day and interesting décor. Highly recommended.
Breakfast, morning tea, lunch or brunch, a great menu, fresh food, nice staff and always busy, a good sign for any business. The menu changes from time to time but there is always something 'different' on it. Gluten Free is well catered for here, they...More
Small, a bit crowded but a pleasant place,good value and nice freiendly atmosphere. Go for the scallop pasta...........fantastic!!
We stopped here for brunch on our way through the town. The staff were friendly and we enjoyed our coffee and meal. There were plenty of tables, and we enjoyed sitting by the large windows that overlook the street, watching the people passing by. There...More
We were just relieved to get out of the wind. But even happier to find a place with such nice food and friendly service. And the best tea we'd had since arriving in Tasmania.
We have been here a few times, and have not been disappointed. A great selection of fresh lunches. It can fill up quite quickly as a relatively small space
I have often eaten or just had coffee at this delightful little cafe and every time i go there it never fails to impress me. The Devonshire Teas are beautiful and the scones are enormous with lovely freshly made jams etc. The lunch menu is...More
Thank you for your lovely comments. We look forward to seeing you next time.
After visiting a number of attractions around Richmond, Ashmore on the Bridge was a pleasant stop for a spot of Lunch. The service was prompt and friendly and the food was nice, but nothing more than one would expect. Thank you for a pleasant meal.
I'm pleased that I went to the outskirts of town for an afternoon snack and coffee. The homemade tart and coffee were both awesome. As was the friendly service. A must stop at, for all discerning Richmond visitors.