Fantastic coffee , great food , sat by the lovely open fire, perfect on these winter days . Staff are very friendly, great place to visit .
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Had breakfast here with my family. The breakfast menu isn't extensive but it is plentiful and delicious. Fast pieces of toast made from wonderful bread, slabs of butter, bacon cooked to crispy perfection, a mountain of scrambled eggs, great coffee, a raoring fire - perfect...More
Our sandwich and panini were thrown together with no love, care or skill. Quite honestly the worst looking and worst tasting lunch we have had. Staff had a general lack of interest in being there, their weekend plans were far more important and I found...More
Popped in for breakfast just before heading home after our mini break in Charlestown. Wow-its a little gem. So welcoming and delightfully decorated. I had crumpets a-probably the best I have ever eaten. Husband had bacon and scrambled egg with two wonderfully thick pieces of...More
We often visit as we await our son from his regularly dive! Small but very friendly - brilliant cakes and delicious sandwiches. Charlestown is a traditional harbour village - surprisingly unspoilt given the success of Poldark! We will continue to visit - many thanks for...More
We were at the door waiting for them to open on the Sunday morning. We had eaten here a year ago after visiting the St Austell Brewery beer festival the day before. Well we were repeating that again. The food was as good as last...More
Popped in for lunch and were lucky to get a table in this busy little place- clearly popular as several people were turned away as we ate. A warm welcome in both service and decor. We both had toasted sandwiches - thick hand cut bread...More
Lovely coffee and food, highly recommend. Small and intimate with either formal table seating or comfy sofa or arm chairs. Nice fire in the winter.
Although sited in a very touristy place, the welcome, the food and ambiance was very genuine. Soup for lunch came with a large hunk of bread so was more than adequate. Locals were also using it so there was a busy friendly feel about the...More