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What a great find on the market square.
Lovely welcome to myself and my dog.
I sat overlooking the square and there were plenty locals calling in which is always a good sign.
There was plenty of choice ,I had a delicious salmon quiche...followed by...a yummy carrot cake.There were plenty of delicious looking home made cakes to choose from
Very enjoyable...thank youMore
Stopped here for lunch on route to the Yorkshire coast for a break. Nice little dog friendly cafe. I ordered the Ham, Cheese and Pork Pie platter, which I'd seen on the next table and looked lovely. Sadly the waitress came back to say there...was no pork pie left but could still do a platter. It came and was very nice although nothing had been added to replace the pie. All the food and drink we had was well presented and tasted fresh. Would visit againMore
After wandering around the monthly food market we needed a stop for tea and cake,, with a need for gluten free. The menu in the window mentioned that GF food is always available. We had a comfy seat upstairs overlooking the market, nice Coffee and...scone and GF cake with tea. Good friendly service, covid precautions in place .More
Went here today with my Mum and Dad. Great location in the heart of Malton town centre with friendly and professional staff and great food (I had a ham sandwich and a rocky road cake which were lovely). Highly recommended!!
Prompt & friendly service in this dog friendly gem of a tea room.
I tucked into a tasty muffin while my dog got lots of attention & treats.
Plenty choices on the menu & reasonable prices. The tea is loose leaf for maximum flavour.
Spotless...loos too 😊More
Called for lunch today but never again. The waiting staff were very pleasant and there's a decent menu. But my ham and cheese toastie was very disappointing, it was dry and had only a few scraps of ham and I could hardly taste the cheese....My husband had the monkey platter which he said was alright.More