I love this place, the staff, the cat and the rest of the environment. I now call it my regular as it's just down the road.
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I love going for a kayak in summertime - try to go at least 1 - 2 times each summer, if not more. People can kayak, canoe, row or punt their way down the river. It's so much fun! If you take duck food, you'll...More
Stopped here while visiting the hospital very close by. Right by the waters edge warm and fantastic food, with great staff, busy with locals and others. Lots of work going on around so also very busy with workmen. Heaps on the menu and also plenty...More
This is a lovely cafe with picturesque views of the waterway and ducks leisurely swimming by. There is plenty of indoor seating which keeps you comfortably out of the weather but does not detract from the setting. The food was very tasty and cooked well;...More
A must try for breakfast in the summer. Sitting along the Avon on a warm day in their outdoor part of the cafe while sipping a coffee demolishing hollandaise gives this place a a hierarchy the others just can't replicate
The Boat shed cafe allows you to relax watching the punts and rowing boats go by as you have your coffee. The staff are always obliging and the food is tempting. Being near the botanical gardens and the museum is a plus. The cafe cat...More
Always tempting, always busy and the appealing deck and seats are a bonus alongside the river. The cabinet food is always interesting, with changes, a daily menu and the coffee is good.
A lovely setting on the Avon with boats punting up and down. Went on Mothers day very busy but not too long of a wait about 20mins. Ordered coffee to have while waiting which was luke warm but no problems replacing. Meal was very enjoyable...More
The food outlet is on the bank of the Avon River by the Botanical Gardens. We decided on toasties and a few hot chips. The toastie I had was tooooo hot and the chips not all that great. Because there are a lot of people...More