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Visited yesterday and the restaurant was a have from the rain. I had homemade goats cheese and sweet potato pie with veg. It was lovely. My friend had leek and potato soup. I think everything is fairly priced especially as it such good food.
Arrived around 11.55am. Picked up a child’s sandwich meal but no staff were around. Another couple had helped themselves to coffee and were waiting to pay. Eventually Linda arrived placing food on serving hot plate. I asked what the soup was and Linda answered in...More
Had tea and cake in the tearoom below the main house. Had the most amazing cake - courgette and aubergine - large slice and tasted lovely with butter cream filling and icing on top (nice flavour not as highly spiced as carrot cake) - recommended....More
The food and drinks were great and not pricey.
The venue is nice as its below Longleat House
The staff were great but a bit to quick to clear are table! Although they did replace everything free of charge.
because by afternoon the food had been moved to the other cafe' so there were no more scones left. Pitty because this was quieter than the other place to eat. But everyone was friendly and we didn't mind relocating
I've been here twice now whilst admiring the longleat xmas lights and each time feels the same. Being longleat you expect something better, nicer environment, good food and great service, but what you actually get is something quite tacky and cheap, that just fulfils the...More
Cellar Café, another place to extract cash from visitors . Just average menu to fill a hunger hole while you are there. Strange that the tray rail dosent go all the way to the till. one extra push will see your meal on the floor.