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I planned to meet a golf friend for coffee and a chat, we decided the tea rooms was ideal unfortunately my friend was unable to make it. But I enjoyed a very warm welcome, and was offered a table. I treated myself to scone, cream...More
Stopped for lunch, wonderful building, very quirky, food was really tasty and well presented. Very busy cafe, even on a weekday it was packed, i would suggest booking to avoid disappointment. It isnt cheap but worth the extra few pounds.
I brought my Mother here for a cream tea to celebrate her 90th Birthday on the recommendation of friends- we we not disappointed!
She climbed the steps easily, and we were all seated in a room on its own with a large table. The young...More
Visted for lunch. Wide choice on the menu. All freshly prepared. Be warned they are big portions. Very welcoming staff. Nice ambience. Good idea to book, it is very popular and a little crowded.
Downside: by its' very name it is not wheelchair accessible.More
Date of visit: November 2018
1 Thank Carolyn M
YeOldeSteppes, Owner at Ye Olde Steppes, responded to this reviewResponded January 24, 2019
Thank you for your review! It’s great to have such lovely feedback!
Our portions are on the larger side! As all our meals are homemade, we like to make food and give portions that we’d do at home for family and friends!
Unfortunately, due to...More
A brilliant place for morning coffee, lunch or afternoon tea. Food and staff excellent. Also local fresh vegetables for sale as well as a variety of specialty breads from Swfts Bakery ( TV's Victorian Farm ).
Date of visit: September 2018
1 Thank miketwell
YeOldeSteppes, Owner at Ye Olde Steppes, responded to this reviewResponded December 16, 2018
Thank you for this lovely review! We really appreciate it!