Fantastic food and venue totally spoilt by one very rude and abrupt waitress. Such a shame as everything else was just perfect #WhoopsADaisy
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Had a reunion with 3 old friends there for lunch today. Lovely setting and menu choices. We were mid chat when the young waitress, called Mimi, came to take our order but then she snapped and stormed off. We were all left shocked at her...More
Lovley in summer for afternoon tea outside or winter inside for a meal nice ride out to scalby rd from Scarborough Then on to Burniston and Clougton then a nice drive to Whitby
We called in for afternoon tea and loved it. We had both the sweet and the savoury afternoon teas which coupled with 2 milkshakes for the kids was enough for all 4 of us. The tea came in a pot with enough for 3 cups....More
We stopped for a coffee break and found the quality and service exceptional. The best touch was when the waitress came out with a saucer of dog biscuits for our dog!! What a lovely thing to do.
We visited on Bank Holiday Monday in August. The weather was warm and sunny so we sat in the garden - just a shame it's in close proximity to a busy road. The afternoon tea was very good, with a choice of sandwich (4 triangles,...More
Great tea room and lovely staff and owner. Been many of times and will keep returning. Great place to sit outside on a lovely summers day and has car parking which is great. Love the crispy bacon muffin. Hopefully see you soon.
A favourite of ours when travelling through the area. Initially we found it by accident but return every chance we get especially for the cake! A typical English tea room with traditional home made food. Can be busy at times but we have never not...More
We regularly go to Daisy's for lunch and are not disappointed. It's a very pleasant and friendly tea room with a smallish selection of light lunches which are tasty and well prepared.