Best Cafe restaurants nearby. Discover the best Cafe food in Saxmundham. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Cafe restaurants near you. including Darsham Nurseries Cafe, Juniper Barn Rendham Limited, Weavers Tea Room, Trinity's at No.14, Friday Street Farm Shop & Cafe, Emmett's Cafe, Red Poll Tearooms, Farm Cafe + Shop, G&T's Cafe & Kitchen, The Common Room Cafe/Restaurant
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4 based on 232 reviews
Social cafe providing high quality food at affordable prices, in a relaxing and friendly atmosphere. Everything we serve is sourced as locally as possible, and is all prepared and cooked on the premises.
We enjoyed delicious kedgeree in this well-run, cozy restaurant in the centre of Framlingham. The restaurant is compact but has lots of character, thanks to the owner's extensive vintage vinyl collection and his great choice of music.
We regularly visit G and T's since it opened.This small, humble and unobtrusive cafe has won many awards and so people come from miles around for cake, coffee, breakfast, lunch and I believe the occasional supper though the latter has to be pre-booked.The positives:â¢ Homemade fresh food, good quality ingredients, cooked with personal attentionâ¢ Good selection of home-made cakes, all with generous portionsâ¢ Prices are very reasonable - especially considering the quality of the cakes! Most being Â£2.50 or so.â¢ Excellent breakfasts and lunches - with local sausages and hamâ¢ Gina and Thalia are very helpful and accommodating to one's needs. Able to be flexible and assist people visiting the area with words of wisdom and adviceâ¢ Pleasant, small but attractive garden.â¢ Child friendlyâ¢ Collection of books, games and newspapers to accompany your coffee and cakeâ¢ Vegetarians well catered for The negatives:None.
4 based on 401 reviews
We always come here before our holidays in Southwold and the whole family love it here! Great local food and really friendly service. I strongly recommend this cafe!Thank you for your review and recommendation Phil M. We look forward to seeing you again next time you are holidaying in Southwold.
5 based on 48 reviews
This little tea room was a lovely surprise. We originally went shopping for an Xmas tree and then decided to have some lunch and what a lovely surprise. My hubby had a ham and cheese toastie and I had the Coronation Chicken sandwich and I have got to say the Chicken sandwich is the best I have ever tasted. Both sandwiches were served with salad which was so fresh and some crisps. The Coronation Chicken was made fresh that morning and full of flavour and no scoping on the portions either, very generous. We had one tea and one coffee which was lovely too. I would definately recommend this tea room which is attached to Emmerdale Farm Shop, in fact we are going to go back there for one their breakfasts. The staff were brilliant, so polite and helpful. Great value for money
4 based on 51 reviews
Traditional Ham and Bacon Since 1820
Although I cannot fault the quality of the raw ingredients and it was obvious that a lot of time has gone into producing the products they sell.I can however fault the person whose idea it was to use heavily black pepper encrusted ham in an omelette. This made it completely inedible it was like someone taking a handful of black pepper and chucking it into three eggs, the menu says it is Suffolk ham, this can be whichever Ham they have laying around and wish to use and unfortunately for us today was the peppered ham! There was no warning of this on the menuThe ploughman's was interesting.. again the ham and the cheese quality was excellent but the slice of chilled refrigerated bread that had gone dry along with a tasteless tomato cut in half and a tiny dish of chutney, made it very poor value for money.... And did not in my opinion make it worthy a Â£9.50 price tag...We did query if the peppered ham was always used as it was not nice being used in the omelette. the person serving said it is sometimes....we replied that it made the food in edible, I am still awaiting an apology.SirsThank you for your kind visit to Emmett's. Taste is very personal and I am very sorry that your lunch yesterday was not to your liking. All of our ham is from Suffolk including the ham on the tasting table which you seem to enjoy! Mark Thomas
4 based on 233 reviews
We are a popular local farm shop and cafe restaurant inSuffolk. Our cafe restaurant strives to provide delicious meals, snacks, drinks, cakes and Desserts, homecooked and using only the freshest and local ingredients where possible. OPEN MON - SUN 9AM-5PM
The carboot is really good, and I would recommend a visit either to buy, or sell. The shop (in our opinion) is extremely overpriced, for example: a bloomer loaf Â£2.00, a Savoy cabbage: Â£1.90!!! We are all for trying to support local produce, but Â£1.90 for a cabbage is beyond belief! Worth a look though if you are passing, to see if pricing improves.Clareybun, Thank you for taking the time to post a review. We are really disappointed that you didn't enjoy your visit to our farmshop. Unlike supermarkets who buy in huge bulk for reduced costs you will find most independent farm shops are around the same in pricing. We are not part of any chain and so we price accordingly and to our costings... We have regular customers as well as many returning visitors who spend with us knowing we are a farm with costs to cover there is so much more to pricing than some people realise. Our bread is from a local family run bakery and where possible our produce is either homegrown or UK sourced. As a farm shop we sell high quality produce and we don't belive in cheaper always being the best. We hope you will try us again. many thanks
4 based on 91 reviews
We popped in here for breakfast last Saturday on the way home after attending the Latitude music festival. I seriously doubt you could find a more warming , engaging, conversational , authentic, pleasing welcome at any Cafe in the UK. The two ladies running the show should start a business of advising others on how easy it is to provide AAA customer service. The food was fresh, well cooked and presented and extremely well priced. The flat white coffee was so good I ordered a second. Would definitely recommend a visit if you happen to be passing through Saxmundham at any stage.
4 based on 126 reviews
The Weavers Tearooms is part of the New Inn, a medieval hall-house, used as an Inn around the 15th century for travellers. Today Weavers continues the tradition of providing a welcome stop, offering a full range of excellent homemade fare. Breakfasts, mor
We stayed next door in the New Inn, and found ourselves popping in regularly for tea and cake, or scone. The cakes were of a very high standard and all that we tried were delicious. The cream tea was my favourite and my wife tried the Victoria sponge more than once. It was all very reasonably priced too.
5 based on 68 reviews
Juniper Barn is a Cafe and Village shop serving home-made and locally sourced food to locals and visitors to the area. The shop stocks store cupboard essentials and Suffolk foods, fresh fruit and vegetables, milk and bread.
We joined our daughter who was staying in the farm house for breakfast twice! and it was fabulous. Every village should have a cafe like this, friendly efficient service and great food. This cafe also houses the local shop and a gallery for local artists, as has been said before a little gem.
4 based on 298 reviews
Food is really really tasty, service very friendly and efficient, and if it is nice enough to eat outside, there is a lovely little outdoor sitting area.We go there regularly, at least once a month, especially for brunch on Sundays. Best to book in advance, especially for lunch at the weekends, as it does get pretty booked up and it is not very big!Never tried it for dinner though.Would definitely recomment!
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