Reviews on Cafe food in Eccleshall, United Kingdom including The Tickled Trout, Star Cafe, The Secret Tea Room, The Grove Coffee House, Soup Kitchen, Cup a Cha, BEAR (Stone), Roadchef, The Loft Tea Room
Things to do in Eccleshall
The afternoon tea was lovely. There was a nice deletion of scones , sandwiches and cakes. The service was nice and quick. The food was so lovely we demolished it in less than half! Will definitely return as itâs so lovely and local. Would definitely recommend.
3 based on 22 reviews
Roadchef Ltd are one of the UK's leading Motorways Service Area Operators serving over 46 million visitors over 30 locations. We are passionate about operating the best brands, working with the best people and offering our customers the best service. Road
Stopping at days inn hotel conected to the services,food was tasty here good choice for breakfast and meals overall not bad friendly staff also
4 based on 145 reviews
BEAR is an independent coffee house, kitchen and bar situated in a beautiful ex-bank building on Stone High Street. We serve speciality coffee, fresh food, cocktails and craft beer.
We went yesterday for a bottomless prosecco brunch, four of us. We pre-booked for 11am. The food was delicious, I ordered the shakshuka and it was heavenly and came with ample sourdough toast. My friends all had the Bear Breakfast which they enjoyed. Only comment is that they don't have baked beans on the menu, a staple of British breakfasts! Not that it would stop me going again, just a small observation. The food arrived quickly after ordering, it only took about 10 minutes. I had expected our glasses to be topped up by staff when we were empty, however that was not the case; we were left a bottle on the table to help ourselves which staff swapped in good time when it was empty. Service was friendly and the place is nice inside. I'd certainly return (hoping to repeat the experience) and would recommend to others.Hey Katy,Thanks for the lovely review! I'm so glad that you had a wonderful time with us - bottomless Prosecco brunch is the best way to spend a Sunday, especially if shakshuka's involved! :DIt's great to hear that you all enjoyed your food and the team looked after you so well too!Hope to see you again very soon :)Best wishes,Hattie
4 based on 101 reviews
Cup a Cha is a Royal Tearoom with a difference. Offering an unusual ambience surrounded by lots of Royal memorabilia including our letter from the Queen, two murals and lots of photos of the Royal Family. We offer fair trade coffee & a great selection of
Well, just by chance we found this place and we will undoubtedly be back.Menu great, drinks lovely, very reasonable priced what more could you ask for ..... OH Maybe its the lovely friendly staff or maybe the Royal theme. What more could you want. This is just great.
4 based on 1156 reviews
The Soup Kitchen, at the top of Church Lane overlooking St Maryâs Church, has been run by the Sandy family for over thirty years. We pride ourselves on our freshly cooked food and are so flattered that folk keep coming back time and time again to visit us
Went there for afternoon tea on Saturday and as always nothings changed , the whole experience was amazing the staff are always cheerful and happy to help ,we have tried others but there is no comparison to the best THANKYOUMore and more folk are taking afternoon tea here with us Mike and I am so pleased that you found it all 'amazing' when you came in on Saturday. To deem us to be the best - with no comparison - has made my day and thanks for writing that, and indeed for rating us so highly on here. As an aside we have just commissioned a private room upstairs and already it has been booked for an afternoon tea party which I gather was a great success. I sincerely hope that you will continue to visit us.Kind regards from Duncan Sandy and all who help me here at The Soup Kitchen.
4 based on 248 reviews
Called in for lunch while working in Stafford. Lovey cafe, very friendly and welcoming, great service and good food.
5 based on 123 reviews
Vintage style tea room offering a range of speciality loose leaf teas, handmade cakes and sandwiches, organic soups, sweet and savoury cream teas and afternoon tea.
Just back from a lovely afternoon tea lots of nice fresh sandwiches lots of choice. Scones were warmed up when we were ready for them which was a nice touch. Had to have a take away for the rest if the cakes.
4 based on 40 reviews
called in for quick lunch, service quick and efficient. Transport cafÃ© type of food. Ordered pie and chips which was served with the pie covered in a thick layer of gravy dark brown in colour like treacle. Tasted unpleasant and left a nasty after taste. Wont be back.Hi colin i am the owner of the star cafe. Really sorry for your bad experience that you had with us. Please take my apology and you more than welcome to claim a free home made pie and chips that prepared to your perfection. Looking forward to see you many thanks
4 based on 73 reviews
The Tickled Trout is an eatery located in the grounds of Loynton Trout Fishery on the Shropshire/Staffordshire border. The restaurant overlooks the trout lakes and affords glorious views of the neighbouring countryside. We serve good quality homemade food
Me and my wife were recommended the tickled trout for breakfast and were not disappointed both breakfasts were perfect. It was very busy that day so we had to wait for a while but were told this when ordering so did not mind and were also told we could have our teapot filled back up if we ran out of tea which was great. Will definitely be returning soon
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