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“A superb motorcyclist friendly cafe restraunt.”
Review of Honey Cafe

Honey Cafe
Ranked #8 of 72 Restaurants in Brecon
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: USD 6 - USD 38
Cuisines: Mexican, British
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Dining options: After-hours, Breakfast, Reservations
Description: A friendly family-run restaurant serving good quality home cooked food. Our cakes and desserts are all homemade on the premises. We serve food all day from 9am until 9pm, 7 days a week. Renowned for our cooked breakfasts, street snax and texmex menu after 6pm. Food sourced locally where possible. Beautiful views from our sunny terrace and plenty of parking.
Reviewed 11 May 2015 via mobile

This is the latest of many visits to this friendly relaxed and charming cafe set in the heart of wonderful Wales!
I had been looking forward to their splendid sausage egg and chips but on arrival and the usual warm welcome, we were informed that Sunday roast was available. I had the pork roast and my companion had the beef. The meal came in about ten minutes and was served with roast and new potatoes , beetroot, Cauliflower and green beans, all of which were properly cooked by which I mean they had flavour and texture. We then filled with Banofee pie. Quite delicious.
The service was as usual, faultless.
With regard to the roast , I would suggest the meat could be improved upon, crackling either pork would have been a bonus. However, no complaints , a good visit and we will continue to patronise this very pleasant cafe.
Highly recommended !

2  Thank GoughieUK
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Reviewed 7 May 2015

Found the Honey Cafe just off the main road between Brecon and Hereford (Bronllys village). Pretty place with indoor and outside dining, very attentive staff and a good menu which changes to TexMex after 7pm in the evenings. The seating layout has a good variety of options and there is some interesting artwork on the walls. We both had fish dishes and were impressed with the size of portion and variety of salad etc on each plate. Leave room for the deserts which are scrumpteous. Good choice of flavoured teas and speciality beer plus wine to be had.

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1  Thank Intref
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Reviewed 30 April 2015

We have been coming to the honey cafe for many years or as I keep calling it the honey pot!!!! We call in on our way to visit family or meet family as a half way meeting point .breakfast is our preference well prepared spoilt for choice ...bacon,beans,sausage,mushrooms,tomato,fried bread and even black sausage tea,coffee and toast what more can you ask for and all freshly prepared ,spotlessly clean, and even the loos!! And round it off with delicious choice of cakes to take a way....or call in for afternoon tea with varied menu.....should nt really tell to many people about this gem of a place

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1  Thank 991LynneB
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Reviewed 29 April 2015

Called in one sunny afternoon last week. Lovely waitress serving us at our table in the sunshine looking out at fabulous views of the black mountains. The drinks were served promptly, followed by our food order in a reasonable amount of time - we were in no rush anyway enjoying the whole experience. My husband had nachos which were delicious and a generous portion and I had quesadillas which were stuffed full of their homemade chilli beef and cheese - delicious! The desserts, which are all homemade according to our waitress, all looked so fabulous it was hard to choose. I went for the lemon and lime cheesecake which was probably the best cheesecake I've had in a long time. My husband had the strawberry roulade which was also delicious. We will definitely be back, highly recommend this lovely spot.

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Thank AnnieD359
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Reviewed 28 April 2015

Booked a table for the end of the afternoon meal as we took our 4yr old with us for a birthday treat. Dining-in time of 1hour. Had an expensive can of coke(£1.90) along with a watered down Robinson Juice(Expensive) & a can of very expensive(More than Waitrose) San Peligrino Juice. Gave our order of Childs Fish Finger & chips, Scampi & chips & 3 slices of tainted seasoned chicken with a small jacket potato-was asked if I wanted chips. Small meal which left room for a slice of Lemon Cheesecake, Bannoffee cake & Tiramasu between the three of us. Grand price of £43.40. Service was terribly slow due to one young female serving aswell as clearing the two used tables during our visit, to which the young female apologised too many times. Worth a re-visit, very much doubt it as we can have two 32 ounce stake's at the Bout Inn at Whitney on Wye next time we are out this way.

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3  Thank Daffyd N
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