Had the most delicious lunch at Olivas. Friendly staff. Minus for the restroom and the spiders there.
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Quick bite to refresh ourselves while exploring Painswick- the fresh, delicious, real food served here was a delight; quality ingredients, meals made from scratch each time, quirky surroundings and staff eager to provide an upbeat experience, happy to point out next sights in our journey,...More
A lovely find in the small town of Painswick. Ideal for a coffee and something sweet like apple pie, danishes, cakes. Seating inside and out. Pleasant staff.
Dear Cathy Thank you for you review, Hope you enjoyed your visit to Painswick. Regards Olivas` Team
A small and somewhat quirky café tucked away in the back streets of this very sleepy but attractive village, we were surprised to find it virtually deserted on our Saturday lunchtime visit with only a couple of locals in there to keep us company before...More
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Came across this little bistro in the backstreets. Attentive staff and looks like all food is freshly prepared. We had a sharing platter of olives, Spanish cheese and meats, accompanied by bread and some fresh lemonade on one of this years hottest days. It was...More
We visited the cafe as we walked the Cotswold Way. We had coffee and warm apple cake with clotted cream. The assistant told us that it was great warm and how right he was. I think it was the most delicious thing I have tasted...More
This place was really cute, and really packed. I loved it and it seemed like it had a great selection of delicious food, but by golly gee whiz was it expensive! I couldn't really find anything worth paying for but settled for a lemonade, which...More
My husband and I moved to the area about a month ago. One day, while exploring, we came upon this sweet, little restaurant. It was obvious that all the food was made from scratch and, as we hadn't had lunch, we decided to sample the...More
Olivas is tucked away down a backstreet in the very attractive village of Painswick, but can’t be missed as it has an old-fashioned bicycle propped up outside. We were beginning to give up hope of finding somewhere for lunch on a very busy half-term Saturday...More
Dear Sunny Jim Tank you for you review, nice of you to mention the air ambulance idea, we collect about £100 to 150 a year, the idea came up one Sunday afternoon when I saw passers taking photographs of it, so I thought I would...More