Called in for a cup of tea and a tea cake. The pot of tea was enormous and the tea cake likewise. Both arrived promptly, the staff were helpful, the cafe clean. The prices were reasonable and we had no cause for complaint
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Two of us had lunch. One had a sandwich, the other a jacket potato. Both were nice and there was plenty of it!
Really nice tearoom venue with views of Bideford Quay and the River Torridge which has a calm and restful atmosphere. The staff however appeared hassled and the food took nearly three quarters of an hour to arrive although the cafe was by no means full....More
Visited here twice in recent stay at Bideford. Food is good and service with a smile; I felt as if they haven't got it exactly right yet (order turned up without accompaniments and were not able to follow instructions on the order perfectly), but they're...More
great place to stop for coffee and cake halfway on our walk . friendly staff .lovely homemade cakes and lots of choice
Just called into the pannier pantry for breakfast, the quality of the bacon and sausage was excellent and all the food was really well cooked, it was brilliant value for money, I feel the breakfast is on a parr with a local cafe in Instow...More
Now on Bridgeland Street, the interior of the Old Custom House is now lovely and welcoming, so I was really hopeful. Unfortunately our coffee orders were wrong and were luke-warm when they arrived. Cooked breakfasts were nice and the eggs were particularly tasty, but we...More
Stopped off for quick bite whilst visiting Bideford, chose a pasty which was very kindly heated in the oven NOT the microwave, lovely pastry but the filling was quite salty, hot chocolate was made with water... yuck. Strange little shop situated in the Pannier market,...More
Lots of freshly made produce. You can watch your pies and pasties being made! Quirky little shop with an eclectic selection on sale!