Discover Restaurants offering the best Cafe food in Alnwick, England, United Kingdom. Alnwick (/ˈænɪk/ ( listen) AN-ik) is a market town in north Northumberland, England, of which it is the traditional county town. The population at the 2011 Census was 8,116.
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lovely service, staff, friendly coffee great. cake selection was wide, with enough traditional selections to go with the more adventurous. loved sitting outside. sitting outside was my only option as they had no disabled facilities, no way for me to see what was on offer as no picture or any other kind of menu. no access to the main cafe or toilets.
5 based on 15 reviews
Popped in to grab a drink but was enticed by the selection of cakes, what a find this place is, Service was first class, the owner is fantastic and the welcome was outstanding.All types of coffee to suit all tastes, recommend the poppy seed cake, lovely and light, great tasing and the seeds add a touch of magic.
4 based on 37 reviews
Ice cream parlour serving over 20 different flavours of award winning Ciccarelli gelato and sorbets. We also sell dog ice cream for your four legged friends. Popcorn, cakes, slushes and hot drinks are also available. We are situated just around the corner
Well, a real ice cream parlour with proper gelato in Alnwick! The sign outside said to be quick, as there was likely to be an ice cream shortage and so we did. This was a truly indulgent experience and we were so glad we dropped in. The choice was superb as you would expect and the quality spot on. You would do well to drop in and indulge yourself!
4 based on 235 reviews
The best home cooked food you are likely to find in a prime spot within the market town of Alnwick. Enjoy a menu which suits all variety of tastes. We very much look forward to welcoming you here.
Stop of for breakfast one morning and decided to give this place a try. Ordered a full English and hubby ordered the double breakfast both come with unlimited tea or coffee. Did take long to be served and the girls seemed friendly. Breakfast arrived and have to say it was lovely, donât expect a fancy fancy breakfast but this was exactly what it was a good cooked English breakfast. Sausages were particularly nice. Place is a bit tired looking but that wouldnât put me off. The menu seems basic but itâs a cafe and it is what it is. Would recommend this place and will go back if 8m ever in Alnwick again. A good outside seating area too for dogs .
5 based on 94 reviews
We are a family run business based just outside Alnwick, Northumberland on the old A1 roundabout up from the Lion Bridge. It's the perfect place to stop off if you're travelling on the A1 (we even feature in the Extra Mile as an alternative place to stop
Perfection - from start to finish. The welcome of the most friendly, hard working staff, the ambience and the FOOD! Nowhere else can hold a candle to it. Delicious soups, quiches, sandwiches and cakes, all lovingly homemade. The family will guarantee to make you welcome with their cheerfulness.
4 based on 391 reviews
Contemporary and stylish, laid-back
Love this cafe.This morning ate lovely sausages in black pudding flavoured bunCant go wrong. Imaginative and tasty foid to try
5 based on 64 reviews
We have eaten at the Running Fox in Felton many times, so we decided to try the latest Running Fox in Shilbottle on our way to Alnwick. We chose the "Special" of the day which was a hot beef sandwich served with spicy wedges. The sandwich was HUGH! The offer of endless coffee tops was greatly appreciated.
4 based on 416 reviews
Grannies Tea room and Delicatessen was established around 1984, then the tearoom only held a couple of tables placed within the shop. It was only later, in 1989, that the intimate downstairs tea room was developed within the basement where the old fashion
Tucked away down a closed off part of the high street, this little shop serves all things tasty. We only had room for cakes, but my raspberry coconut tart was a treat.Prices are reasonable and service is brisk.
5 based on 378 reviews
Bari [baa-ree] - Lovely in Northumberland. Contemporary tea brewery, with a traditional Northumberland heart: fine teas and teaware to try before you buy. Open 7 days during school holidays, closed Tues & Weds in Term time. Please check our website for de
Waited for a table with my husband and 8 year old for lunch. They only serve soup and scones for lunch. Board advertised 2 soups. Got given the menus. Still no one mentioned theyâd only got one soup left. When we ordered, we got told it was hot chilli and not suitable for our daughter. We asked if she could try a teaspoon as she actually enjoys lots of flavours, and they said no. Apparently it is in portions? Presumably the trouble of heating up a portion of the only thing you sell was too much trouble for your potential customers whoâve been hanging round for 10 minutes. So thereâs nothing to eat? I asked. Waitress huffed back that the soup had been being served for ages and was all gone, as though we were perhaps a bit fronty to rock up at a cafe for lunch at 1.30pm. Not a great deal of choice in neighbouring places unless you want things with chips, so be mindful before you wander into Alnwick planning to come here, they may have nothing to eat at lunchtime at all.
5 based on 303 reviews
Northumbrian cafe located 800 yards from the A1 (just off the B6347) , serving and stocking local produce, including Pilgrims Coffee. Alongside the cafe there is a gallery featuring Richard Dunwoody's photography and many other local craftspeople's work.
Wonderfully welcoming cafe on a farm. Lovely locally produced food and delicious coffee and cakes. Some dramatic seascape photos, taken by former jockey Richard Dunwoody, on display. Andrew is a very friendly host and dogs are very much encouraged! Highly recommended.Hi Andrew. Many thanks for your review of our little cafe. It was great to meet you.We are attracting more and more dogs (and their owners) thesedays. Our agility course in the garden adds a degree of fun for them. Dogs are very welcome in the cafe, as well as the garden.We hope to welcome you both back one day.With kind regardsAndrew and The Rocking Horse team
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