Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Broseley including The Tea Emporium, Grays of Shropshire, Truffles Cafe, Dale End Cafe, Tea on the Square, The Copper Kettle, Molly’s Cafe, The Tile Press Cafe, Maws Vintage Tearoom, The Vintage Tea Room
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5 based on 140 reviews
Oakengates is a market town within the still relatively new town of Telford, it boasts many eateries from around the world, as well as cafÃ©âs, sandwich shops and many Public Houses with specialist ales on sale, but a new eatery has opened and woe betide y
My wife and I dropped in on the Vintage Tea Room on our Wedding Anniversary. The Interior was tastefully done and it was spotlessly clean. We received a nice warm welcome on arrival and ordered Scones, Jam and Clotted Cream accompanied by a pot of tea. The scones and tea were freshly made and everything was fine. We were so impressed that we have booked another visit! We will most certainly recommend the Vintage Tea Room to family members and friends!Hello, thank you so much for rating us so highly and for your lovely comments. I am really pleased that you both enjoyed your visit and your cream tea. It was a pleasure to see you both again, and we look forward to your next visit. Thank you again, kindest regards Nicki
4 based on 59 reviews
Maws Vintage Tearoom is a part of Maws Craft Centre, situated in the picturesque Ironbridge Gorge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The eatery serves light lunches,Afternoon Tea, sandwiches and afternoon teas, and a children's menu is also available. Maws Vi
Visited on a busy Saturday and found it closed until further notice due to a change in ownership. There is a tea shop at the nearby Tile museum open 10 to 330 but car parking is Â£3!! There are a few parking places on the road for free.
5 based on 20 reviews
Continental style cafe and courtyard at Maws Craft Centre serving brunch, lunch and afternoon tea. Also hosts supper clubs, events and pop-ups.
A fabulous Fathers day breakfast. Good breakfast selection, the eggs Benedict the best Iâve eaten. Pancakes with maple syrup and bacon, Welsh rarebit, smoked salmon with avocado, all freshly prepared. Friendly efficient service from the staff and doggie friendly too. Well worth a visit.
Iâm a builder and currently working in Ironbridge. A couple of weeks ago I called up and asked for a roast dinner to be delivered to site. âNo problemâ My meal arrived steaming hot in about 25 minutes and Iâve had some great breakfasts delivered before that and since. Thank you Mollyâs.
4 based on 195 reviews
The Copper Kettle is a popular tea room in the centre of Much Wenlock.Lots of little nooks and crannies for people to enjoy meals throughout the day.Service was friendly and prompt.The food tasty and wholesome and frequented by many locals which is a good sign.
4 based on 147 reviews
Good coffee, friendly, efficient service, great location in a lovely town. Trip Advisor comes up trumps again
5 based on 32 reviews
New Beginnings Born out of the former Deli-Dale bistro which closed in April 2017, Dale End Cafe will officially open on the 17th February 2018 and will continue to offer delicious fresh sandwiches made in store, great coffee and we will be introducing a
Living in France, when we get to the UK its great to try the traditional British Fayre..Like Chinese and Indian And a Full English is a rare treat too. We found Dale End Cafe by chance and had a fabulous breakfast with choice of teas all served in a friendly style.Compared to some of the so called up market" hotels we stayed in during our visit, Dale End Cafe was head an shoulders above them in terms of food quality and service...Only criticism...Their prices are too low, they don't do justice to the exoerience.Highly recommended..
4 based on 288 reviews
Home made, British food.
We had a lovely lunch after our bike ride. The kids Ham sandwiches were amazing and daddy loved his coffee. We would visit again. By Lucy age 6.Thankyou Lucy for your kind comments Glad you enjoyed your visit.
5 based on 49 reviews
Grays was opened to provide high quality patisserie and tea rooms using local suppliers and high quality produce. We offer a range of delicious items from our menu throughout the day, as well as the ability to take away or pre-order - allowing you to enjo
Whilst exploring Ironbridge with friends and trying to locate some Lardy cake, we discovered this little tea shop, at the top end of the high street. I say little, because i think it only seats 10 people (upstairs). However, what a great little find. We soon got seated and ordered cream tea, coffees and more cake (sadly, no lardy cake on that day). Fine bone china tea cups and teapot were of the order. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the cakes and drinks. Although, I have to say that the scones weren't very big, but they were delicious. The staff were great and we had a chat with the owner who couldn't have been any nicer. Everything was reasonably priced, considering the historic location.
4 based on 355 reviews
After a day wandering around the museums it was nice to sit in the sun with a pot of teaA large menu. Nice tea and a great location looking at the bridgeFriendly staff
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