Sometimes you want great home cooking, somewhere peaceful and this place is perfect. The good was also very interesting with a wide vegetarian selection. Cakes were yummy too.
1 - 10 of 263 reviews
Been here many times and has never disappointed. Great surroundings in a warm (!) church or outside seating when weather permits. Him indoors always goes for fruit scone, cream and jam; for me it’s the smallest edible thing- often just a single shortbread biscuit. Both...More
Proper tea, good cake. Really great location on Trinity street so close to many of the colleges, easy place to have a quick break from all the sightseeing.
Have used Michaelhouse for a number of years, it’s a great place but also a church. The food is always good and it’s out of the way and have always managed to get a table.
We had a late lunch here - quiche and three salads. The quiche was delicious as were the salads. The restaurant was quiet, being a Monday afternoon, but the service was as efficient and friendly as ever.
This is a great little cafe in the old church. The atmosphere was nice and the church is beautiful. The food was very fresh and we enjoyed our lunch.
We have been to the Michaelhouse several times before,but our most recent visit will be our last. Our breakfast came swimming in some sort of oil,and who ever was doing the cooking needs to look up what "toast" means. Even when we had left most...More
Dropped in for a light lunch and a drink. Good selection, reasonably priced and to a good standard. Would certainly recommend
Two friends and I met up for lunch at Michaelhouse. I had never been there before so was intrigued by the church conversion. The cafe is arranged so that there are tables on the ground floor and on the first floor which is accessed by...More