A hidden gem, absolutely gorgeous food, lovely quiet setting and the staff are incredibly lovely. The menus are a good size and offer a great amount of choice well worth going. We will be back x
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Went for an early morning Good Friday down the canal and decided to try Poppies for breakfast, it was a good decision! The cafe is small but nicely decorated and the staff were very friendly. Husband had the pick-your-own breakfast and I had a bacon...More
Called in with my friend for a light lunch. I had a lovely celery soup, served with a huge chunk of granary bread. I couldn't resist a piece of the gorgeous carrot cake to follow. Delicious coffee too and very reasonably priced. One of the...More
Popped in for breakfast and wasn't disappointed. The cooked breakfast and the hot filled ciabatta were filling and very tasty. The coffee was a delight and the best I have had in the area. Will certainly be popping in every time I'm in the area.
Lovely little cafe tucked away. We went for morning coffee and had a lovely freshly baked scone too. The food being served all looked very nice and freshly cooked (especially the full English). Would recommend for breakfast or lunch.
small tea room [ bur does serve alcohol ] nice menu fresh baked cakes / decent specials board i would recommend the breakfast or crumpets with cheese if you ask nicely ! :)
Looking for somewhere to grab a bite on my way back to Kent from Barrow in Furness, so we parked up in Ulverston. a 3 minute walk towards town and we came across Poppies. We had the Peri-Peri Chicken on a salad and potato base,...More
Stopped here for lunch and was pleasantly surprised. We opted for the special of lamb hotpot with beetroot and red cabbage. It was absolutely gorgeous and for a very low price of just £5.99 just what we needed on a drizzly Autumn day.huge portions too....More