Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Redcar. Redcar is a seaside resort and town in North Yorkshire, England. The local council, a unitary authority, is Redcar and Cleveland. Historically part of the North Riding of Yorkshire, it lies 7.5 miles (12.1 km) east-north-east of Middlesbrough on the North Sea coast. The combined population of the wards of Coatham, Dormanstown, Kirkleatham, Newcomen, West Dyke and Zetland was 36,610 in the 2001 census decreasing to 35,692 in the 2011 census.
Things to do in Redcar
4 based on 25 reviews
Dropped in for a quick coffee and a nibble one afternoon. The windows were steamed up with condensation, the atmosphere was stuffy and the racket made conversation almost impossible. I have no plans to return in the near future !
4 based on 242 reviews
We accidentally stumbled across this cafe/restaurant on the first day of our holidays. Staff were extremely accomodating and helped us negotiate a place for our son's pushchair. Myself and my husband ordered a cooked breakfast... Both were delicious, fresh and hot; perfect for a rainy Sunday brunch. We were so pleased we'd found this cafe and will be considering popping in again.
4 based on 242 reviews
Purveyors of fine foods and a wide range of local, regional, national and international specialities,in the heart of the beautiful Victorian seaside town of Saltburn, at great prices served by friendly staff.
This place looked very appealing from the outside. The staff were friendly... It's just a shame about the food! First my friend ordered cream with her coffee and I watched as the waitress made it with powder. It came with lumps! We ordered salad and it came with no accompaniments just a mound of greenery with three small rolls of meat on the top. There was a small amount of dressing but not enough to dress the bag of salad dropped on each plate! The meat was dry and the whole thing was just not worth the Â£9 they charged for it! We won't be going back!
5 based on 11 reviews
Ordered a couple of traditional breakfasts . Very quick , three members of staff working on it. The food was top quality , can't complain. Very filling. Not cheap but you sure get filled up on it. You get what you paid for
4 based on 18 reviews
A warm, welcoming British cafÃ©, serving fresh, homecooked meals, breakfasts, snacks, hot and cold drinks, scones and light bites. Situated right on the Redcar seafront, we take pride in our location and our food. But most of all, your satisfaction.
Still says its in Marske on here which shows the owners dont read Trip Advisor.Lets hope theyve not lost much custom over this glaring error.I was hungry yesterday (5th May) and spotted a couple of free tables in the cafe so went in to the counter and ordered the large all day breakfast for Â£4.50 with a mug of tea for an extra Â£1.The breakfast arrived after a bit of a delay though they were quite busy.Large summed it up,it had bacon,sausage,tomatoes,beans,black pudding,mushrooms an egg and 2 slices of buttered toast.All tasted very nice.Just wished there was more room in there. 5* visit
4 based on 286 reviews
POST CODE - TS12 1AH. I don't think they have a website.
Visited with friends, not overally loud, so conversation easier. Service was good. No beer on draught only bottled. Black pudding starter was a let down ridiculously small and not well cooked. Steak with Salmon and prawns. Very nice steak was cooked well, sauce was superb, however salmon was non existent and overall it was over priced. They only open 2 night's per week, so it's as if they are trying to make up for this with their high prices.
4 based on 198 reviews
Beautifully placed across from the church, Badger's is on a small square which offers great Al fresco dining. Good variety on the menu (albeit no badger products). We had the southern fried chicken wrap and the scrambled egg and salmon bagel. Very helpful and friendly staff.
4 based on 77 reviews
Gorgeous tea room with friendly professional owners. Just been to my sister in law's baby shower and it was perfect. Beautiful homemade afternoon tea. Was plentiful ! China was beautiful and room decorated beautifully by her friends. The service was brilliant lots of choice and very polite checking tea was refilled and everyone had what they needed. Would definitely recommend for a function or if you want a friend's catch up. Thanks for a lovely first time experience .
4 based on 142 reviews
the English breakfast was requested and it came within 7 minutes. the eggs were fried to perfection. the beans are of good quality. the sausages cooked to the target, the toast and cup of tea was blooming brilliant. it is not expensive. the staff are totaly polite. even a drink of water for our dog . you can see the staff take pride in the service they offer you. we will return. thank you to all the staff. well done.
I have more than a mild obsession with everything Italian. Cafe Sapori is palace to experience the joys of authentic Italian Coffee, Wine and food. I travel to Italy Regularly to experience what it has to offer and bring back these experiences for you to
We visited for an evening meal following the change from mainly daytime to mainly evening service. The place has been totally transformed with new deco, tables etc and is very impressive. The pizzas were extremely good, the sweet potato fries excellent and the Italian ice cream exceptional. Weâll definitely become regular evening visitors.
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