It was perfect for a typical rainy English day. Excellent staff and delicious food with the perfect portion.
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A historically interesting house - pick up a description of its history, with lovely selection of cakes, teas and coffee, and a lovely sunny tea garden hidden away at the back. Easy to walk past and miss it, but well worth a visit.
No problem with the beverage only with the method of payment. They are still in the dark ages and only deal in cash but nothing around to advise of this. Good job we didn't want to eat there, had Android Pay, debit cards but only...More
I'm glad you enjoyed your tea, but sorry you didn't see our notes on the way in or on the menu to the effect that we don't accept cards. We are a small business and, when we did accept cards, we found that the bank...More
Tasty dishes and lovely atmosphere. All ingredients from local suppliers. Really like this place. There is one minus though. They accept cash only so I had to go out to withdraw cash.
My wife chose faggots, one of her favourites, and it was truly first class. I had sweet potato and butternut squash soup with leek and goats cheese tart. Fabulous. Serve d with delicious bread, a small salad and a few crisps. A really high quality...More
We have been there several times now on visits to Church Stretton and the standard has been consistently good. Staff are excellent, food very good (traditional English and locally sourced). Dogs are allowed in the garden area which is accessible via a side entrance.
Fantastic whole food cafe with all incredients sourced locally. We went for teas and cakes. Nice patio are and plenty of indoor seating including sofas. A bit intimate, prices good, cakes excellent. Menu looks good for breakfast so will return.