Great vibe, friendly staff and just the perfect cafe... the cakes are phenomenal and all home made unlike a lot of coffee shops nowadays it seems.
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Very good coffee. Very good cakes. Warm hospitality. Clean & Cozy. reasonable prices. Perfect for people who appreciate good coffee.
Visited this morning (again) had French Toast (to share) which was delicious followed by salted caramel shortbread (to share) which was just amazing served with good coffee. I even left with a box of goodies. Very friendly staff - made to feel very welcome. So...More
We visited today 4 adults 2 kiddies. Cakes were beautiful. Only dissapointment was all the adults had finished before my children's food was brought out. Would definitely go again though . Staff all very pleasant and helped us to sit together
Had my first trip here this week as I'd heard good reviews. Huge selection of cakes, all slightly different from the norm. Salted caramel shortbread is amazing! Personally, I would prefer more options for lunch but I'll definitely be back for coffee and cake!
Wonderful cafe supplying a dazzeling selection of tray bakes, cup cakes and other sweet delights. Well worth a visit.
We were up in the area and were recommended to try out Bad Girl Bakery.The cakes & bakes looked really good although I would have preferred to have the ones on the counter covered. We both had the scones which were lovely.At the time we...More
This was an accidental find on our journey North. We needed somewhere for a snack, called in and ended up not only eating baked potatoes, but taking away some of their amazing cakes for tea. Lucky we got in when we did as it soon...More
Went here for a spot of lunch, very tasty food and superbly fresh. We had the pea and mint soup, which was fantastic, also had a goats cheese and red pepper toastie also very good. Nice coffee and friendly efficient service made the day. Can...More
Take a detour to the Bad Girl Bakery. You will be rewarded with a delightful cafe, wondrous cakes made on site and lovely people. With doting grandparents in tow (us!), we enjoyed a lovely lunch with Ben (aged one week) and his parents on their...More