Reviews on Cafe food in Goathland, United Kingdom including Falling Foss Tea Garden, Shepherds Hall Tea Rooms Lealholm, The Willow Branch, Rusty Shears, Humble Pie 'n' Mash, Bridge Cottage Bistro Sandsend, Graze on the Green, The flask cafe, Perry's Plants River Gardens Cafe, Cranberry Swamp Gluten-Free Cafe
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4 based on 482 reviews
Cranberry Swamp is a cool stylish licensed restaurant located at 24 Skinner Street, Whitby. We specialise in gluten-free food but do offer a choice of bread for those of you who love your toast! Gluten-free does not mean Fun-free! If anything the flavours
Nice to find somewhere that offers full gluten free options for those requiring them. Staff are helpful and food is good quality and tasty. You arenât going to get anything fancy and unusual, but for a cafe the choice is good and well prepared. Nice relaxed atmosphere away from the queues at the harbour restaurants. As in a few places in Whitby, credit cards are not accepted due to poor Wi-fi coverage.
4 based on 76 reviews
Despite arriving a few minutes after the deadline for breakfast fare we were served bacon barms - "that's for when we are really busy" we were told about the 11am cut off. A few minutes later a large party of walkers arrived. Would the rules still have been bent?Anyway the barms were adequate as was the coffee - though perhaps we should have been more adventurous and opted for the Whitby crab or scampi, especially as it might have only been caught that morning (or not!).The setting makes up for any shortfall in the average quality. Ducks and their offspring line up to be fed, a brooks babbles by, and the attached garden is delightful if you like that sort of thing.It's all in a beautiful dale, very peaceful apart from the trains passing nearby (though long may they remain).Indoor and outdoor seating too.
4 based on 116 reviews
now called yhe blacksmiths ...we visited here yesterday with my husband and family. prices were high but we thought we would try the new place. service and the food was a long long time in coming. when it did it was sparse. quite small portions compared to the prices. but the food was lovely and hot and very tasty. the bill was wrong but got sorted out quickly.we couldn't understand why young children were the main waiters I. guess around age 9 & 15 ish..in another way it's great they are helping and keeping busy. so mixed personal thoughts really. it's a good place to eat if you have plenty of spare cash and arent too hungry. nothing bad to say just observations from me
5 based on 276 reviews
Cafe and tearoom in the beautiful North York Moors village of Rosedale Abbey. Serving delicious locally sourced homemade food.
This cafe in a lovely part of North Yorkshire offers the best of both worlds; it's suitably quaint and traditional in this pretty village, but isn't too old fashioned when it comes to food and drink. It's all too rare that you can get a decent coffee but they use Roost espresso and make it with care. The food is good value for decent portions, but it's much more than that too - quality homemade soup, tasty sandwiches, and a bit of thought has gone into the side salads. On top of all that, the service is fantastic - friendly and efficient - and there's a really nice atmosphere. Highly recommended.
4 based on 309 reviews
Classic dishes are our favourites so that's what we serve, using modern cookery to bring them up to date. The kitchen team has a total of 42 years professional cooking experience and double that living by the sea. They know a good looking fish when they s
Lovely food but so slow to deliver ,had drunk our bottle of wine before we got the fourth course ! 3 hours altogether Dear farmeggs, Thank you for taking the time to review us. We would have loved to know what you thought about our food. We're sorry that the tasting menu took too long for you, we do explain when booking that we ask people to arrive between 7pm & 7:30pm and people usually leave 9:45pm - 10pm. Perhaps any of our other services, lunch and dinner, where we serve a la carte would have been more suitable. Kind regards, Bridge Cottage
4 based on 3382 reviews
We are a small unlicensed eatery, serving just pie mash peas and gravy. We welcome dogs and their owners. We don't have any Alcohol, but you are more than welcome to bring your own or pop over the road to the Endeavour pub who will let you bring a nice co
I adore this place and it's food. The quality of the pies and mash is next level good. The staff are friendly and efficient. This place allows you and recommends that you take your own alchol and is happy to promote other busnesses.This place has lots of intresting relics and is just an awsome part of Whitby.
4 based on 1281 reviews
Have visited this place several times over the past year, & took friends there last weekend, we just love the quirky design, fittings & feel of the place. A lovely cafe that serves sandwiches & cakes with the most fantastic gin menu, the staff are lovely & very knowledgeable about their products always happy to help you choose, its a hidden gem & great way to spend a few hours late afternoon
5 based on 243 reviews
Freshly baked Scones, Cakes & Bakes along with hot & cold snacks and light bites. Serving freshly ground 'Baytown Coffee' and a choice of 16 'Suki' loose leaf teas. Where possible we use local produce and suppliers, many of which are also available in our
The first challenge when eating afternoon tea at the Willow Branch, is finding it! BUT it is well worth the effort! The tea shop is carefully hidden on the first and second floors above shops on Golden Lion Bank. As you walk up Golden Lion Bank, you'll see a shop on your left selling filled roast pork rolls.... resist the temptation to go in ( save that delight for another time). Walk up the hill a little further and on your left you'll see the door and stairs which will take you to the Willow Branch.We have eaten here on a number of occasions, but I can particularly recommend the afternoon tea, which we sampled for the first time last weekend: Round one - ham hock sandwiches, tuna & mayo sandwiches, cheese scones and cream cheese & hummus wraps. Round two - carrot cake, fresh strawberries on shortbread and lemon drizzle cake. Round three - fruit scones with cream and plum jam...â¦â¦. all wonderful, tasty and home made and served with a nice pot of Yorkshire tea.... or a pot of an endless variety the fancy teas if that's to your taste (not for me though!). And very reasonably priced to boot!
5 based on 165 reviews
Shepherds Hall was built in 1873 and was a meeting place for the Loyal Order of Ancient Shepherds. It is now a fabulous tea rooms, craft gallery and has a lovely tea garden along with ample free parking. A lovely relaxed atmosphere, home baking and food p
Got tables indoors and outdoors and a great menu of light bites and more substantial food, plus cakes and puddings. We had some sandwiches and pop which had good ingredients and were cut well, with salad and crisps. Good value and the people serving were friendly and cheerful, so definitely recommend this place if your passing or visiting. Thanks.Thank you for your review and mentioning our staff. We think they are fab and do an amazing job for us.
4 based on 544 reviews
Outdoor cafe situated in the heart of Sneaton Forest beside Falling Foss waterfall. Enjoy delicious home baking, Bacon Baps, Light Lunches, Baytown Coffee, Loose Leaf Teas, Stonehouse Bakery Bread and Beacon Farm Ice Cream. See you soon, Love Foss x
Stopped here part way through our walk to Falling Foss. A great location above the waterfall and pleasant service. Received a huge dish of nachos that were tasty and covered with cheese.Just what was needed.Would certainly recommend to others when walking in the area.
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