Best Cafe restaurants nearby. Discover the best Cafe food in Kettering. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Cafe restaurants near you.. Kettering is a town in Northamptonshire, England, about 81 miles (130 km) north of London and 15 miles (24 km) from Northampton. Kettering is mainly situated on the west side of the River Ise, a tributary of the River Nene which meets at Wellingborough. Originally named Cytringan, Kyteringas and Keteiringan in the 10th century, the name Kettering is now taken to mean 'the place (or territory) of Ketter's people (or kinsfolk)'.
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Impromptu visit as we hadnt had lunch and walked into town. Stopped off for a quick bite to eat and was pleasantly surprised.Omlette was lovely, my son had a huge chicken baguette and husband enjoyed a nice fluffy jacket potato. Out of town but worth a visit. Good prices too.
4 based on 27 reviews
Visited for Brekky. Lovely and clean, very pleasant staff. Opted for Breakfast brunch and toast. Breakfast came with 2 of everything including 2 small mushrooms!!! Toast came and was already buttered! Breakfast food cooked lovely and tea was just right. They should give the butter with the toast and let the customer do his own. Little more than the 2 mushrooms and it would turn it from very good to excellent!
4 based on 28 reviews
Cafe Europa is a friendly, family run cafe with an open kitchen, serving you delicious freshly made to order food for the last 27 years. We specialise in authentic pasta dishes made with homemade pasta sauce, as well as a variety of English breakfasts, ja
I swear they put something in the food. My husband and sons have been eating there every week for 22 years, and woe betide if it's closed. Friendly atmosphere with a regular clientele, and it seems addiictively good food.
5 based on 17 reviews
CafÃ© Oak is a small family business run by husband and wife team Bernie and Sharon Hammond. Bernie is onsite full time as chef proprietor whist Sharon works full time as a Safeguarding Manager in a school. Sharon works weekend and holidays with Bernie. Bo
We were in Geddington to see the Eleanor Cross and noticed a sign for Cafe Oak. Really glad we did. Excellent Service and the ham egg and chips was the best we have ever had. We will certainly be back.Many thanks for your review, we are so glad you enjoyed the Ham, Egg and Chips, it is one of the favourite dishes on our menu.looking forward to seeing you again soonKind regardsCafÃ© Oak
4 based on 30 reviews
Have been visiting cafe culture for years but ive noticed on last few occasions things have changed on ordering cold food or certain sandwiches they used to be served with lovely salad garnish now it's a bit of iceberg lettuce chucked together with a bit of tomato hot choc ordered added extra cream it arrived with a choc sauce over the cream this was not offered or asked for owner used to always greet and say thankyou goodbye nothing now used to be a lovely place to visit but now not so sure.
4 based on 30 reviews
Local family friendly coffee shop/ restaurant that does food from cakes and snacks through to full breakfasts and main meals, lots of locally sourced home made products.,great range of sandwiches and toasties and daily specials
Called in as somewhere to stop en route to Norfolk coast without knowing anything about it. Delighted. Old haberdashery shop with original features now a cafe. Sat in the very nicely kept little patio garden at the back. Menu & Specials all seemed interesting & well priced. When our choices arrived we weren't disappointed- very good quality & generous portions of freshly cooked/prepared food. Lovely coffee. All so good that when returning from Norfolk we broke our journey here again for another excellent little meal, at very good price.
4 based on 219 reviews
Headed over here with my 8 year old son one Sunday morning. We fancied the strawberry picking and this was the closest one to us. The place is gorgeous, with a lovely farm shop and restaurant. They have a play area for children outside which was lovely on the sunny day we went. The staff were very helpful with telling us what we need to do and where everything is located. We picked strawberries and raspberries. We spent a good 4 hours here and had cake in the restaurant. The shop was lovely too, just what you would expect to find. I have already started recommending this place to family and friends and will definitely be going back this summer.
4 based on 314 reviews
Glebe Farm Tea Room is a family run business which has developed from being a small farm shop into the hugely popular Tea Rooms you will find today. All food served within the Tea Room is home made, from our made to order Farmhouse Brunch to our Tradition
Every time we have gone to visit the tea room.. its always only tea and cake. i have visited this place at different times of the day on many occassions and its always the same thing.. not serving food.. to which in the very last chance visiting this place i certainly did not hold back my opinions to a member of staff as its soo frustrating as it has lovely views. Manager.. please explain some excuses as to why this always happens?
4 based on 560 reviews
The Blitz Tea Room and Jazz Lounge takes you back to during the Blitz in the 1940's.
Wonderful place, properly run with a great atmosphere. Couldn't fault it in anyway .The staff could not be more friendly. We all loved the old style teapots and the old fashioned way of making the tea. Just perfect
4 based on 216 reviews
The Old Forge Tea Room serves breakfast , lunch, cream teas and homemade cakes. Indoor seating for 30. Outdoor seating for 30.6 Days a week (plus sundays mid may to mid oct)
Looked at reviews on local trip advisor and Stopped off today with better half for a breakfast - Opens at 10am , but was busy from opening on this Saturday morning. Friendly service , food was good although tinned tomatoes , value was superb. Will visit again
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