Good coffee and excellent sandwiches. Very welcoming and a lovely sunny spot. Popped in for a coffee and returned for a sandwich lunch.
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After trudging up and down the street in the drizzle looking for an unpretentious coffee shop we popped into Coffee n Cream. The staff were welcoming and friendly and I had a delicious Cheese scone warmed to perfection. Although it is only a small cafe...More
This is a gem of a coffee shop and worth a visit. I admit, we would normally have passed this by in search for a more 'interesting' looking stop but the rain and my aching feet swayed opinion. The quailty of food and drink are...More
Called in for a light bite, what a little gem, very pleasant staff, a modern homely place with decent traditional food.Great selection of ice-cream too. Very clean and airy. Enjoyed my corned beef and pickle sarnie with a great Cappuccino.
Wanted a coffee break and lots of choices to choose from. The coffee was great served with a biscuit. Lots of locals in there enjoying a chat
Attracted in by sign advertising Farrers coffee on Saturday April 29. Ordered two Americans from a bored looking,cheerless girl. The coffee did not taste as Farrers should, very weak and I wonder if it was due to a lack of staff training.
We were looking for a small lunch before brewery tour and this was perfect both myself and my husband had the soup I had potato and leek and my hubby had lentil and bacon both were great it was served with lovely bread and the...More