Wonderful little cafe with good music. There's a neat little shop inside that sells clothes and accessories made my local artisans.
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This is a strange little tearoom sharing space with a shop selling wares from local people. But don't be put off because this little cafe is a hidden gem. All the produce sold are baked on the premises and if you want pie and chips...More
You might not agree with the politics but you will love the food and relaxed atmosphere as well as the Aladdin's Cave of quirky items for sale in the adjoining arts and crafts shop. Delicious soup and traditional local food, with homemade bread and 1950s/60s...More
All of the food here is freshly made, tastes great, and comes in generous portions. The staff are friendly, patient, and helpful. Even when it is very busy, it never feels like you're being rushed out. The atmosphere is relaxed,and the music is at a...More
This place is quirky alright - lovely coffee, special teas, home made scones and jam as well as arts, crafts, second hand goods, books, vinyls and nice music and chat. Worth leaving the main road for. I am glad we popped in!
We popped in here for lunch, we had some loveky homemade soup and the most amazing bread. Try the cheese platter the homemade oat cakes are fantastic. Quirky decor and very unusal juke box. Loved the antique shop and bought a really lovely pendant. Dont...More
We were sadly turned away at 11.30 am because there was no room. The craft group took up the large table. And people reading their books waiting for the ferry took up the others. We could have shared! There isn't a lot of choice on...More
Your complaint is: because we are a popular destination, comfortable, unhurried, encourage local customers and were full at the time you visited we are a bad business and you gave us a terrible review, thanks. Frankly, I'm amazed you held in your outrage all day....More
A few bites from our experience review: “After the long hike to Quirlang, we were tired and wet. A small, local café near the sea sounded like a perfect spot to eat and warm up.” “The souvenir shop within the cafe (or vice-versa?) had a...More