Stopped in for a bite to eat and a drink. Service was slow, mind it was very busy. Food when it arrived was tasty.
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Just had a delicious cappuccino with dairy free milk. Loved it, thank you so much! Started with a tasty vegetarian burger, nice salad and baked beans with bread, all organic. Very nice atmosphere, especially due to the people with learning disabilities. I can highly recommend...More
We have recently purchased the Tea Creams in Sussex Kent and Surrey and intend trying as many of the places as we can. There were five of us yesterday and I am sorry but I have really struggled to relate these reviews to our visit....More
We visited this café again, in preference to the local pubs, as we much prefer the food provided. As usual, the café, run by people with learning disabilities, did not disappoint. This time we came for a light lunch, knowing their food was organic and...More
Unwelcoming exterior masks a very welcome surprise inside. These days everyone says that they source local ingredients, but this place really does. And, WOW, can you taste the difference. Simple eggs and bacon on sourdough toast tasted memorably devine. Tea in a proper sized mug....More
I was slightly put off by the exterior, but it is a lovely little cafe once you get inside. We had some excellent cafe lattes and shared a lemon cake - which was very tasty.
Normally I shun vegetarian breakfasts, as I dislike the fake sausages and excess of potatoes and beans. I am not a vegetarian; but I thought I'd try the Sharpthorne vegetarian breakfast just for a change (after the excesses of Christmas I didn't fancy even the...More
Lovely place - good food. However, I think because of the holidays, they had little food / no juices available. No apologies given for this. Also the till wasn't working. But the food we did get was really nice and the coffee great. I'm sure...More