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“Afternoon Tea With Inner Club of High Wycombe in the mini yurt”

The Wild Strawberry Cafe
Certificate of Excellence
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Dining options: Breakfast
Description: Farm cafe in a Mongolian yurt. Serving handmade seasonal food, home-grown or very local ingredients. Open Tuesday-Sunday. Brunch, lunch, cakes and afternoon tea. Private hire available.
Reviewed 28 June 2018 via mobile

Twenty two members of High Wycombe Inner Wheel had the most enjoyable afternoon today at the Wild Strawberry Café to celebrate President Maureen’s successful year in office.
We were so well looked after by Shelley and her lovely, smiling team, especially Emily who served us throughout the afternoon. The ladies are very discerning but could find no fault with the delicious food, the choice of teas,with the option of cold drinks as the weather was so glorious, the cake plates stacked with delicious sandwiches, generous portions of cakes and light, dainty scones with jam and clotted cream. There was plenty left at the end with everyone taking home a box full of treats.
We were surprised with an additional treat at the end which everyone adored.
The yurt was very pretty with bunting and fresh flowers.
We will be looking for another occasion to return collectively and I know many will return with friends on an individual basis.
Thank you to Shelley, Emily and the team.

1  Thank rosemaryesj
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Katy B, Owner at The Wild Strawberry Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 4 July 2018

Thank you for taking the time to write this lovely review! It was an absolute pleasure to host your event and I'm so pleased it was all you hoped for. I will be sure to pass on your lovely comments to the rest of the team.

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Reviewed 25 June 2018 via mobile

We came here to do some strawberry picking and were not disappointed. It was £4.60 per kilo and the strawberry were delicious and red. I didn’t realise there was still lots to pick even though it was busy. We popes over to the farm shop afterwards and bought some eggs. The prices in the farm were slightly on the high side. I can’t comment on the cafe as I didn’t try any food. The only qualm I had was we could’nt have our own picnic in the cafe.

Thank YazzyQasam
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Reviewed 19 June 2018 via mobile

As a family we have visited the WSC quite frequently in small and large groups on numerous occasions over the last couple of years and have previously always enjoyed good food and service. Sadly the family visit on Fathers Day was badly tarnished by the attitude and grumpiness of a female member of staff who was intent on offending a range of clientele including other people’s small children pulling single pieces of straw from the bales (to quote “it makes a mess!!!!” LOL) and parents of toddler (who had been told there was a 40 minute wait for food they had ordered) being told they should not feed the little ones the spare food they had brought with them as “it’s not a picnic area”. As a result we will not be frequenting the cafe again, at least until we know that staff attitude has changed radically from this officious and unpleasant individual. Very sad that this approach can wreck a previously positive view of what is otherwise a nice place.

Thank Mark L
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Reviewed 16 June 2018 via mobile

What a lovely afternoon we had celebrating my birthday with a delicious afternoon tea here. The staff were friendly and helpful and the service excellent! Loved the yurt - very pretty and a nice change from the usual tearoom setting. A wander round the farm shop and nursery completed our visit. Will be back soon!!

Thank Alison W
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Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

Lovely location, lots of tables outside this year, plus ‘baby yurt’ for private parties now. Not cheap but lovely local ingredients and the full English is wonderful, although sadly we had to return it to ask for the fried eggs to have fully cooked whites! Conversely, the poached eggs were over cooked with no runny centres. The only failure was the banana pancakes with peanut butter, which were grey and just did not look appetising. But as a venue to chill out with family for a couple of hours, with really good coffee and plenty of grass for the little ones to run around on, this is a hard place to beat.

Thank Diane W
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