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Very good food served here, but don't expect 5 str dining. This is first and foremost a coffee shop which serves wonderful home cooked meals. A great place to meet up with friends and even better coffee.
Two of us visited the restaurant for a light lunch. We were met at the door and shown to our table. Tables are well spaced allowing for privacy. It was busy so we placed our our 2x coffes and 2x burgers. The coffes came soon...More
Since discovering this little place, I have gone nowhere else for my daytime coffee or breakfast/lunch in Worcester. The coffee is great (Joseph is the wonderful blind-barrister), the gallery is lovely, and the atmosphere is quiet, allowing a space for some laptop work (with the...More
A few colleagues and myself had a meeting there. Historic building, very nicely restored inside, accessible to wheelchairs. Place is linked to the Institute for the Blind ("Caleidoscope") which is associated with Pioneer School for the Blind. We had coffee and breakfast which were very...More
Lovely space to visit & great indoor & outdoor seating areas. All the outside furniture is made by those who are blind & their shop is located a few doors from the cafe. We only had coffees but the cakes on offer looked lovely. Loved...More
Lovely service, good food (great carrot cake) and great coffee. I really like the whole feel of this place, very comfortable and relaxing inside, with lovely garden area at the rear. The community based projects that run in tandem with the cafe also give the...More
We were recommended to try the Blindiana Barista and were looking for a good coffee shop, so popped in for a visit. First wandered around the museum with its artefacts and information about Braille and showing the blind alphabet! Lovely space with art and outdoor...More