Staff are attentive and the Menu is Reasonable and suits most peoples tatse, for what it is. Its themed and Quirky..
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Popped in mid afternoon for a snack. Had a lovely toasted t cake with a pot of apple and cinnamon tea which thoughtfully came with a hot water refill. Friend had a delicious ploughmans. Nice ambience reasonable prices nice staff swift service. Good menu choice...More
We 4 adults popped in for light refreshments mid Friday afternoon. It was fairly quiet in the cafe, which wasn't at all surprising considering the time of day. Service was swift. Food was lovely. This isn't my first visit, I always make for this place...More
We stopped off in Thirsk on the way up to Newcastle. Having done some research we parked the car and headed for Yorks of Thirsk. First impressions were good, a lively place with good decor and character. The place was busy and staff were working...More
Called in for a coffee, nice little place and busy, we checked out the food and thought we will visit again in the week , first time in thirsk and here for a week, later in the holiday we went for breakfast. Very nice. Great...More
The cakes were had were nice and the cappuccino at £2.40 was ok,not the most expensive,but not quite as good as Caffe Nero(£2.60).I do not understand how there can so many different versions of cappuccino can be offered at an array of prices.
We called in for drinks and a snack. The service was prompt serving our orders for coffee, a milk shake and a cookie. Ideally positioned in the centre of Thirsk.
We had a day trip to Thirsk, having explored the town and James Herriot museum, church etc, we were in need of lunch, looking around we spied the York of Thirsk which looked very inviting indeed. On entering we were greeted with a very warm...More