Nothing very special about this place but it served a nice coffee and tea cakes. Service was friendly and efficient. Perfectly adequate for a quick break but nothing extraordinary!
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Always a great choice to suit all budgets and style of lunch. Soup is home made and good. Staff are friendly and the service is quick. We will return.
We recently visited whilst looking around Ross on Wye. We had a cream tea which was beautiful. The scones were very fresh and warm. Plenty tea in the pot. It's small and cosy with a good selection of snacks on the menu. We would call...More
We stopped off in Ross on Wye for lunch on our way to friends wedding anniversary celebrations and came upon this superb café. We were welcomed by charming staff who were most helpful and, as my wife has dietary requirements, explained all the menu available...More
We came across this lovely little cafe on a wet day. Very friendly and accommodating staff. One of our friends needs gluten free food. His needs were tended too with a great freshly made samdwich. All the food was very fresh and tasty too. We...More
We were passing through Ross and wanted a quick lunch. We chose filled panini and an omelette: both were excellent, as was the coffee. Quite an old-fashioned and basic feel to the place but we'd happily return.
We stopped by here for afternoon tea , the food and service were great and the prices were very reasonable too, however if I could make one suggestion it would be to change the furniture - the decor is great , lovely wooden flooring however...More
Popped in the other day for a quick bite to eat... On the specials board they were offering a beef baguette and a pot of tea for £3. Ordered that and it came quickly, beef was definitely cheap but tasted fine, at £3 though I...More
We often go to Ross on a Sunday for a leisurely stroll and decided to have a morning breakfast...... unfortunately we decided on this place I will say it was very clean and tidy but that is where the complements end........ We opted for 2...More