If you want to pay over the top for rustic and quirky then go here. The bread and coffee is lovely but I personally think it's more than you should pay.
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I read about this cooperative bakery a while ago and love the idea of a not-for-profit community bakery - should franchise the idea! Don't expect anything plush as the bakery is located in an old industrial unit right by the canal side and I was...More
I called here on a Sunday lunchtime with my partner and 2 little girls, I have heard many positive things about this place and have wanted to try it for ages. The café was busy and most of the tables full but after 5 minutes...More
After a gruelling mountain bike trip over from Holmfirth this place popped onto our radar as we meandered along the canal path. What a place! Like a surreal New York cafe it smelled and looked like everything you could imagine from our American cousins. Great...More
Havent been for at least 2 yrs but everything was still as good, lovely cakes, savoury danish to die for (so yummy we time our visit so they are just about ready from the oven, otherwise any later and we'd miss out). Staff were brilliant...More
I have been a regular customer of the Handmade Bakery for several years. Good bread has to be my favourite food, and this is some of the best you will find anywhere! The granary loaf is, for me, their most delicious. I cannot recommend it...More
Really good cup of coffee in pleasant surroundings. The food looked good as well with a good menu for both breakfast and lunch. Staff were very pleasant.
If you have allergies or food intolerances this isn't the place for you! Staff members most unhelpful and they stated all sandwiches are pre-prepared, therefore unable to cater for customers with allergies. Not willing to make a sandwich for a customer with allergies. Also, equally...More
Had heard good things about this café, and used to work in Slaithwaite many years ago, so thought I'd take a trip down memory lane......the day couldn't have been better, lovely warm sunshine to stroll along the canal to the cafe, but we arrived about...More