Discover Restaurants offering the best Cafe food in Wishaw, Scotland, United Kingdom. Wishaw is a town and former burgh in North Lanarkshire, Scotland. It is on the edge of the Clyde Valley, 15 miles south-east of Glasgow City Centre.
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5 based on 31 reviews
Lovely decor, very friendly and helpful staff and a good selection of food to choose from. Disappointing was the gorgeous-looking apple pie, which was heated in the microwave. Guys - shortcrust pastry and microwaves just don't mix - it comes out SOGGY. Do yourselves a favour and warm in the oven, or serve cold for the best of the pastry experience.
4 based on 136 reviews
Attended at this restaurant with family. First time we had visited. The place is open and welcoming. The menu is basic and provides staples lunchtime menu meals. Prices were reasonable and similar to other restaurants in the Clyde Valley. Meals were well presented and good portion sizes
4 based on 46 reviews
came here with my mum for a bite to eat the staff are so friendly and the food is amazing and at a great price it is always busy wee place with lots to choose from the menu,
5 based on 27 reviews
Been here a few times as live locally and always been nice, arrived here on Sunday the 26th August had table booked for 4pm and was all ready for out party of 6. The carvery was fantastic the meats and vegetables were plentiful and mashed potatoes were more creamy that previous visits it was a bit biz but did not take long to get served, the sweets were also delicious and sorry forgot the name of our waitress but was really proficient and made sure all was fine so thank you Toby Carvery Strathclyde park â
We had to order using a computerised system which is good as it prevents food handlers from handling dirty cash. The unit did not work at first, but eventually an employee was summoned and it was rebooted. I ordered a Builder's Scottish breakfast and my wife had gammon with egg and chips. The breakfast was huge, but mostly inedible, which the seagulls of Glasgow will be delighted about since most of it I chopped into beak-size bites and fed to the local birds. Everything was dry, overcooked and tasteless. The poached egg was rock hard and was missing most of the white part. It was like a bouncy ball and, like everything else on my plate, was cold. Cold poached egg is an acquired taste that I have yet to acquire.My wife's gammon was the cheapest version. You know; the thin, pink roundel of processed meat that looks like rubber and does not taste much better. Her chips were cold and chewy, but her fried egg was a pleasant surprise. It was actually freshly cooked, hot and had a delicious, runny yolk. The albumen was intact too. Wow! Service was........ What service? Oh, I forgot; there was none!How anyone, especially in a commercial kitchen, can totally destroy a classic Scottish breakfast, is beyond me. All that needed to be done was fry several ingredients. It is something of a skill to produce the rubbery garbage that was dumped in front of me today. Oh! and by the way, the black pudding listed on the menu for the Â£6.00 breakfast was missing. We asked for mustard and were told that there is none - In a supermarket?!! Overall, this was a dining experience we would love to never experience again.
Visited this for lunch and had a meal it was alright i suppose but i ordered a large hot chocolate with marshmallows and cream and then ice cream and cake When the hot chocolate arrived i was disappointed as you can see from the picture, the cake tasted funny like it had been sitting a wile
Centre Perk cafÃ© located inside the Community Centre in Newmains. All freshly cooked, specials daily. The BEST lentil soup I've ever had and creamy homemade coleslaw with my toastie was incredible. Great, service, friendly staff and generous portions served with a smile and incredibly cheap price tags! Do yourself a favour and pop in when you're out and about in North Lan, you won't be disappointed. I was in with work colleagues, having a meeting there was a table with a couple of young Mums and their kids, two older ladies having mouth watering cream scones and two blokes with laptops working away drinking lattes. There is something for everyone. Superb.
3 based on 60 reviews
Our coffee shop and Afternoon Tearoom, Function suite are situated inside our Garden Centre. We have 150 seats in our Coffee Shop and 50 in our Afternoon Tearoom/function suite
Had afternoon tea here in Cafe du Jardin today. Faultless! We enjoyed everything - and almost ate everything - from mini sausage rolls, chicken nuggets, sandwiches, mini scones and a lovely selection of mini cakes! All this was topped by a cocktail teapot. Service relaxed and easy, no rush whatsoever and our waitress very friendly and helpful. All in all, worth every penny!!
4 based on 43 reviews
Quite an unwelcoming place to eat. Inside is dull, staff have forgotten how to smile, my husbandâs coffee was brought to the table (you have to go up and order at the counter and pay) with no teaspoon, you have to go for that yourself. The coconut triangle tasted stale and very cheap. Lastly, able-bodied people dragging their chairs along a tiled floor had us stopping our conversations mid sentence as we couldnât hear what each other was saying. Poundland sell packs of felt circles to prevent this racket. All in all, an awful place. Wonât be back.Hi Helen, thanks for taking the time time to leave a review. Im sorry you feel the shop is dull and unwelcoming. We genuinely do pride ourselves on providing friendly service and if you take a peek at all the other reviews, its a regular observation, however, if you disgaree I can only apologise.As for ordering at the counter, it does state that on the menu and is the method we have used for over 6 years. The teaspoons, as with all the other cutlery and condiments etc.., are presented on the unit in order that customers are free to help themselves to whatever they need, and we are in the habit of telling all customers upon ordering, to feel free to do so. Also, as the shop is quite small, most people have no difficulty with the distance, but for the less able bodied patrons, we are of course delighted to help if needed.We have put felt pads on the chairs numerous times ( I feel your pain!), however, as we are so busy, they do get worn off within a matter of days and ear defenders aren't a good look and violence isn't tolerated ;-)In terms, of the cake you purchased, I'm sorry it wasn't to your liking, if you had mentioned this at the time,we would have happily replaced it - on that note, however, none of our products are cheap or low quality - we use only Thomsons Coffee, Howiesons butchers, Barrs Bakers...to name a few, but everyone is entitled to their opinion. We do all enjoy work and our customers seem to like it but each to their own.Many thanks
5 based on 51 reviews
Have visited here twice so far and can't fault the place. The staff are very friendly and the food is all freshly made and tasty. Good wee family place as well. Will definitely be returning soon.Hopefully see u soon Tracy
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