Best Cafe restaurants nearby. Discover the best Cafe food in Trowbridge. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Cafe restaurants near you.. Trowbridge (/ˈtroʊbrɪdʒ/ TROH-bridge) is the county town of Wiltshire, England on the River Biss in the west of the county, 8 miles (13 km) south east of Bath, Somerset, from which it is separated by the Mendip Hills, which rise 3 miles (4.8 km) to the west.
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5 based on 212 reviews
Merkins Farm Cafe is set in the heart of the Wiltshire Countryside, and enjoys panoramic views. Start the day with one of our delicious breakfasts, or pop in for lunch, where you can choose from the set menu, or one of the days freshly prepared Specials.
It was four years since we came here and was as good as we remembered. Lovely outside seating. Lots of inside seating too. The breakfast was superb. Staff very friendly and helpful. The sausages and bacon were top standard. Wonât leave it so long next time.
4 based on 243 reviews
Fresh flavours, thoughtfully prepared is what we're all about. Our menu changes with the seasons, but expect plenty of tasty choices whenever you visit. Breakfast savoury or sweet, wholesome or the whole hog â youâll find it here. If mid-morning coffee an
Stumbled on this after visiting the National Trust garden (the unmissable The Courts) a few yards away. Bit of a canteen vibe and prices initially look high until you taste the food. Very eclectic menu - mostly around Â£9: Hogs pudding, grilled asparagus,potato rosti, poached eggs; Cullen Skink; baked eggs with a smoky tomato, butter bean & red pepper stew; avocado, citrus quinoa, sprouting broccoli,Great sausage rolls, BLT and more. Great food, fairly priced, if you don't mind being squashed in with strangers - and there aren't enough loos.
4 based on 56 reviews
Tremendous friendly service, delicious food. Couldn't fault anything if we wanted to, but why would anybody want to, amazing. Well done.
4 based on 75 reviews
Popped in here for a quick bite on a Friday lunchtime. Good menu choices and we both chose filled ciabattas. Presented with a variety of salad items. Quick service and had the weather been better we might have sat in the rear sheltered courtyard. Quality food in a very pleasant setting, a little out of the main area but worth seeking out.
5 based on 56 reviews
Winner of Britains Best Builders Breakfast and Wiltshires Best Roadside Cafe!
Every time we pass the cafe, its so tempting to stop. Very cheerful, friendly staff always make you welcome. Food is excellent, always served hot and in good time. The normal breakfast is big enough for most. Place is clean, tidy and prices are very fair.Oh, what can I say! Thank you very much!!!!!
4 based on 43 reviews
This is a little hidden gem. The car park was full but cafe quite empty when we arrived. Breakfast is served all day and is very good - decent ingredients served warm with toast. The Centre offers placements for adults with learning difficulties so this can mean service doesn't always go to plan; we nearly ended up with somebody else breakfast and not exactly what we ordered but this did not affect how we enjoyed our breakfast and you really can't fault how friendly and helpful the whole team are. We walked off breakfast in the park afterwards so a good Sunday outing. We will be back!
4 based on 132 reviews
During a short stay at Bradford-on-Avon, my wife and I had tea, coffee and cake at 'The Canal Trust Cafe'. We went back again the following day for a second helping of pineapple and coconut cake. This small cafe is situated at Bradford Wharf, adjacent to the lock and tow path. It is well worth visiting to sample the food and meet the very friendly and efficient staff.This is a dog friendly venue with great walks nearby.
5 based on 33 reviews
Little Earth is a one-of-a kind cafe, bar and restaurant in the heart of the market town of Trowbridge in the historic county of Wiltshire. We offer a friendly relaxed atmosphere with an all day style cafe menu ranging from brunch and lunch, sharing board
My wife and I went for lunch today - admittedly a little apprehensively because of previous businesses at this address. We were both very pleasently surprised at the high quality and freshness of the lovely food, which did not take too long to arrive. Very efficient and courteous staff as well. Prices quite reasonable. How lucky Trowbridge is to have Little Earth. We are planning to have an evening meal there very soon!Thanks Nigel for your kind words. We try and create a friendly and welcoming environment and all of our food is cooked fresh to order. Hope to see you again soon.
5 based on 61 reviews
Based at the Avonfield Gardens site in Hilperton, Avonfield Kitchen is a highly reputable and busy cafe serving restaurant-quality contemporary British cafe food with a twist. Especially renowned for our cakes and bakes which are made fresh every morning
We sat under a canopy in the warm Sunday mid-morning sunshine waiting for our ordered coffee accompanied by a slice of chocolate brownie, whilst catching up with family matters ......our HOT coffeeâs were served with the brownie which was truly scrumptious. The atmosphere was great, with others enjoying the company of friends and family alike. There were large tables for 8 as well as tables for 2. Breakfast as well as lunches were being served. It was wonderful to drink a hot cappuccino rather than a warm one you often get served in other coffee places.
4 based on 122 reviews
I wandered around Trowbridge on a rainy day looking for somewhere to eat lunch, and getting progressively more depressed by the offerings (stodgy pub food, chain fare (Wagamama, Nandos etc., boring sandwiches). The wonderfully helpful man in the Information Centre told me Caffe Italiano was his favourite spot to eat, and unusually was a BYO place. If you like hip or stylish interiors, stop reading now:this is seriously old-school, with school cafeteria-type tables and chairs, grungy lighting and faded tourist pictures of Italy on the walls. The owner, a friendly Italian lady, seems to run the place by herself. I chose the lunch deal, a generous plate of penne arrabiatta with a side salad for Â£8.30 or so, and my companion a Napolitana pizza. Both were fantastic, especially with our BYO Chianti. The Italian lady said she made her own cakes and puddings, which looked very enticing and change all the time apparently (today was tiramisu, chocolate coconut cheese cake or the lusciously alcoholic amaretto cream and almond sponge concoction that I went for). Two generous and delicious mains, one salad, one lush dessert and one excellent espresso later, our bill was a very reasonable Â£20. There is Italian love for food in this place. I hope Trowbridge returns the love! I will never eat anywhere else in Trowbridge.
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