Discover Restaurants offering the best Cafe food in Lacock, United Kingdom including Jollys Irish Cafe, Lowden Garden Centre, Lacock Abbey Courtyard Tea room, Antico Caffe, The Toast Office, Lavender Lodge Tea Room & Bistro, Merkin's Farm Cafe, LA Diner, Fay's Bistro, ArtHouse Cafe
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4 based on 33 reviews
What a lovely restaurant staffed by volunteers who are friendly and welcoming.Close to disabled parking in the marketplace and is wheelchair friendly The food is good and service is good.Will definitely put on my A list for a return visit.
4 based on 318 reviews
You will never be disappointed when you go to Fayeâs Bistro. Food is always delicious and the staff are very friendly.
4 based on 93 reviews
Unless you're a favoured regular who happens to be known by those serving, you'll wait a fair while before anyone gives you any attention. When we first moved here I remember asking (on a visit without a dog) whether it was dog friendly and I remember well the tone in which that woman spoke to me. I bothered to try again recently with a friend, and that same couldn't care less for your custom attitude. Won't ever come back but doubt that they give two hoots... which is probably why it's almost always empty now when I'm passing, because there are many better places in Melksham now.
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.
We had a fantastic lunch here. The menu was varied and vegan friends were catered for. The portions are ample and the food delicious. The atmosphere was relaxing as children have to be seated. There were a lot of wasps when sat outside.
4 based on 52 reviews
A multi-award winning Licensed Cafe with Village larder and Post Office in Whitley, Wiltshire serving as a Community Hub with all welcome.
We called here for ice creams after a countywide walk. The staff were very pleasant and helpful. There's a little farm shop attached to the cafe that has local produce available, including the ice creams mentioned above. Nice place that is be happy to return to or to recommend to others.
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5 based on 57 reviews
Little Italian bistro, we served Coffee's Teas,Salad,Baguettes,Omelettes, Soup,Home made Cakes, Pastas(special)and more.. Dog friendly .now ice cream available
No, I'm not referring to the owner (although, to be fair he's not that heavy). I am, in fact addressing the qualities of the incredible, delicious omelettes served in this amazing eatery. Our meal was concluded with two distinctly desserts in the form of Coconut Gateau and a mind blowing, authentic cannolo siciliano and italian cappucino. Has to be tried to understand this top quality fare.
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4 based on 17 reviews
Either understaffed or disorganised. Basically a bunch of kids, some friendly & helpful, some not... With no adult in sight. Consequence is you wait for ages at a table that remains uncleared. Expensive. Experienced the same thing twice recently. Once on a quiet day and once on a busy one.
4 based on 256 reviews
We always go here on a Saturday morning for breakfast after the Melksham Park Run. We pre book a table as it gets busy. We normally go for the small breakfast and you can choose which items you'd like. The breakfast are always cooked to perfection. you can take your dog too which I sometimes do. I would highly recommend.
4 based on 249 reviews
Visited Chippenham today amongst other places and stumbled upon this cafÃ©. The cafÃ© is very quaint with lots of Irish memorabilia and slogans plastered over the walls, which we liked as we spent some time reading them. The lady who served us (I'm assuming the owner) was lovely, we placed our order and asked if there was a toilet on the premises, she told us that because it was a listed building, there wasn't, however there was a public toilet just round the back but we would need 20p to gain access. She then offered us the 20p, which we didn't accept as we had some 20p's. I thought this was a nice touch. I also had a nice chat with the owner about Ireland (I was there with the Army back in 1995) and she is very friendly. I ordered the Irish breakfast, which comes with Black and White pudding, bacon, sausage, beans, soda bread and I also added on a pancake type thingy, which for the life of me I can't remember but it began with a B. The breakfast was delicious. Overall, can't fault the place, good value, friendly, clean and fun. Will be going again when we are in the area.
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