Had a day at the spa and ate a lovely smoked mackerel ploughman’s. Also popped into this warm, canal side restaurant for tea. Reasonable prices and a good choice of food on the menu. Lots of scrummy cakes!
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Always a great place to eat and enjoy home cooking after a brisk coastal or canal walk. Lovely food. If you get the cheese scone tea, I would buy one between two as they are huge. The soup of the day is great. Lovely staff....More
The walk to the Weir cafe from Bude along the canal towpath is delightful and we decided to treat ourselves to breakfast once we arrived. Brunch is increasingly popular and there was a 45minute wait for food but we decided to wait and ordered a...More
Living near this establishment, we visit often, today it took nearly 1/2 hour to serve 1 hot chocolate and 1 latte on a slow Sunday afternoon, and that was after we asked how long it would be - no apology. The staff were more interested...More
We visited the weir for coffee with the children. The outside play area is fab and they really enjoyed it. We took the canal path down to Bude which was a lovely afternoons stroll and just far enough for our little ones without getting bored....More
I have reviewed the Weir before, but we go there every year and it keeps getting better ...and busier! Although it was Wednesday in November, it was bright and sunny, which was as well as we couldn’t have got seats inside in the dog friendly...More
A really lovely place for a quick coffee after walking the dog or during,or you can have a fresh cooked meal,they have specials every day and you can sit inside or out Lovely view over water with swans and ducks pootiling round Easy to get...More
The staff wasn’t interested in serving the customer, much more important to talk among themselves. So we waited and waited for our tea and cakes we ordered When it came there wasn’t the green tea I paid for and the cake was old and stale!