This cafe is great for breakfast or lunch. It also has a great array of home baked goodies and take aways such as an egg and bacon roll. We had breakfast and it was delicious. The coffee was good.
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One of my favourite 'sweet' cafes- sponge cakes, vanilla slice, caramel slice etc and all house made. Service is generally really good with bubbly owner however when a bus load arrives it is expectedly slower. Hot food is also really good esp dim sims. Coffee...More
Stopped over with family for quick breakfast before heading to the Snow. Service was slow, extremely overpriced for the quantity of food served. A full breakfast had a skinny piece of bread - only one - 2 eggs and some bacon. Not suitable if you...More
Popped in on our way back to Bright and forgot it was Mothers Day but they made room for us. They had great gluten free options and asked whether we had Coeliac and needed a seperate fryer. How good was that. The food was delicious...More
Second visit to the giddy goat and it was better than I remembered. The sausage rolls and relish are excellent, the dimsims are delicious, the quirky signage around the place is hilarious, the staff are gorgeous and super friendly BUT the cakes and slices and...More
To be fair, we arrived as did a local large group. Understanding all of that, we waited patiently in the lovely garden. However, the coffee was particularly weak, and the meat pie I ordered only just warm. It was suspiciously dry suggesting it had seen...More
We stopped for a pie and coffee. Coffee was good but the beef pie had tasteless mince meat filling. Would not bother with a pie again.
Lovely home cooked food, great coffee, worth stopping if your peckish. Try the Vanilla slices, home made dim sims & sausage rolls, also the Passionfruit Sponge cake. All really tasty and reasonably priced.