Been here a few times and never disappointed, a varied menu for all tastes with a full Welsh breakfast on offer all day.
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We called here today and seated and waited to be served only to have waitress come to next table and take their order first. When we said we werefirst she said that she would take order and no APOLOGIE. So we decided to leave only...More
Stopped for a lunchtime light bite of soup and a beverage. Two of us had the sweet potato and red pepper soup, excellent. One had the Broccoli soup but when the staff asked how our soups were we commented that the Broccoli was very salty....More
Thank you for taking the time to review us. We appreciate your comments and hope you will be able to visit us again soon. Alison
we have visited this café many times but today I felt like we were not welcome and in the way. Ok we arrived as soon as they had opened but we checked that they were open and we were told yes so we thought it...More
Dear Jan P I am sorry to hear your visit to our cafe was disappointing. If you could let us know which day you visited it will help us focus staff training. Thank you for your feedback.
Stopped in Monmouth for lunch and a stretching of legs en route further north Nice town Popped in here for lunch - ordered the special avocado with feta and mint - didn't have any feta so offered goats cheese instead which was fine - tasted...More
Visited with my friends before a long drive back home after our weekend away. The paninis and toasted sandwiches were delicious and reasonably priced and they came with crisps and salad. Milkshakes were okay and the white hot chocolate was reasonable.
You have to walk upstairs to this cafe but it is a welcome break from shopping. Wooden tables, nice decor, friendly staff and great coffee. I would recommend the gluten free lemon drizzle cake as well!
Had a lovely cup of tea and a scone on the terrace with the family and the dogs too! Great service in a pleasant location.
First time my wife and I visited she had a Welsh rarebit and I had a cream tea. The cream tea had packets of butter and jam. My wife enjoyed her Welsh rarebit. The 2nd visit I had a sausage bap which contained about 6...More