Discover Restaurants offering the best Cafe food in Beaminster, United Kingdom including The Trading Post & Cafe, Cilla and Camilla, Tangerine Cafe and Gallery, The Coach House, The Green Yard Cafe, Staddle Stones, Annie's Tea Rooms, The Red Brick, Washingpool Farm, The Lime Tree Deli
5 based on 61 reviews
A small friendly local Deli/Cafe. An ideal place to meet,enjoy a drink and a light meal or snack. We pride ourselves in our special homemade produce using fantastic local foods that are available to us. There are always fresh cakes available and a special
The combination of a cafe and Deli works very well, The coffee is excellent, as are a range of snacks. It's a popular place to meet for breakfast. We use it regularly, and have never been disappointed. Highly recommended.
4 based on 157 reviews
The Farmer's Kitchen is a licensed cafe serving breakfasts, lunches, morning coffee and afternoon tea. Using local ingredients and our own meat wherever possible dishes include cheddar and spinach souffle, lasagne with real chips and home-made soups and s
Lovely spot for a light lunch, outside in the sun, overlooking the hills of Dorset. We only has sandwiches and soup, both fine. Very good service, the young waitress brought out a bowl of water for our little dog.
4 based on 128 reviews
A quirky and individual restaurant off the beaten track in the antique area, it has a Mexican Cantina vibe, with orange and green hues. The home cooked cakes and food is wholesome and tasty. We enjoyed our visit and would return next time we are in town.
5 based on 147 reviews
Annie's Tea Rooms is a great place to stop and refuel. With its own car park and conveniently placed on the A35 at Morcombelake (between Lyme Regis and Bridport), drop in and try our delicious food and drinks, sandwiches, light lunches, and of course, cre
My partner and i were camping nearby and didnt fancy cooking for breakfast. This place was nearby so gave it a try. Full english was cooked perfectly and served with a smile. Really nice little tea room and dog friendly. So good we went the next day too.
4 based on 50 reviews
We booked a table for four Sunday lunch. We arrived and were completely ignored. Eventually our table was pointed out to us and we were given one menu between four of us. And that was the last we saw of any staff. No offers of drinks, the older member of staff completely ignored my greeting and after ten minutes of sitting there while staff milled around us, we left. Very poor, inadequate service.Hi Diana,We are so sorry you did not recieve the service you were expecting, we place a very high importance on making customers feel welcome and valued and this clearly did not happen this time. Do come back and give us another try as you missed a fabulous roast! Just for future reference, we are not a table service restaurant - drinks and food orders must be placed at the counter.We hope to see you again!
5 based on 365 reviews
Tel:- 01308 459466 We are dedicated to provide a high standard Of foods sourced local, we use organic and free range products. Our specials board changes daily, we offer a full English breakfast and vegetarian option. In all we are a family run business w
We both stopped in for a breakfast. I had a full English, which consisted of a fried egg, bacon, sausage mushrooms, tomatoes, beans, black pudding and toast. I also had a lovely cappuccino. The breakfast was Â£8.99 but well worth every penny as it was all cooked to perfection and using fresh local ingredients. Lavazza coffee is used in the cappuccino, delicious. Amazingly friendly people run this place and dogs are allowed with well behaved owners. Will definitely be back.
The Coach House (formerly The Sawmill CafÃ©) serves a delicious selection of light meals, burgers, gourmet sandwiches (developed with the Earl of Sandwich himself!) and cakes with a fine selection of teas, soft drinks and outstanding coffee. Brunch is also
Cafe very busy and understandable due to plant sale charity event. Long queue. Cake good quality albeit pricy. Coffee in disposable cups not expected bearing in mind price charged and venue.
5 based on 17 reviews
An informal and friendly contemporary style cafe situated in a beautiful Grade 2 listed building just off the town square. We offer morning pastries, home made cakes, scones and paniniis throughout the day plus daily brunch and lunch specials, salads, and
We had a great time with Chris and Sue who are so friendly and accommodating too. I loved the background jazz music and the art hanging on the walls. My vegetarian breakfast was delicious. Also a big thank you to Kelly always smiling and happy to chat with you and just be. Thanks Graham. It was so lovely to meet and chat with you all. Hope to see you again when you come to the area. Xx
4 based on 83 reviews
The Cilla and Camilla Cafe is located to the rear of a large gift shop/homeware store, immediately on Beaminster Square. The cafe is in the old barn attached to the main building which leads directly to an attractive courtyard garden with plenty of outdoo
A great cup of coffee and large selection of cakes makes this a must for visitors to Beaminster. Hugely popular with the locals it also does light lunches and has a wide variety of teas and soft drinks. A swift and courteous staff makes Cilla and Camilla a great spot for refreshments and you can shop as well!Thank you very much for posting this review - we appreciate it very much. Weâre delighted you enjoy our cafe and hope you will continue to do so in the future. Richard and Sally Ann
4 based on 76 reviews
Stopped here for lunch and had the misty tasty rarebit English muffins followed by warm Dorset apple cake. The coffee was nice and we loved the decor, itâs really light, bright and fun. They only lost a star due to getting our order wrong and obvious lack of confidence from the two girls serving, but theyâre friendly and smiley so sure they will be up to 5 stars in no time!Thank you for your review, I'm glad that you enjoyed your tasty rarebit.
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