Visited on a grey and drizzly day. The front shop looks fabulous and welcoming and the reception area with a nice open fire is pretty. The cafe has a Victorian feel and very much prides itself on being in business for over 100 years. The menu is extensive. The cream cake we had had far too much cream in proportion to the cake. The Welsh rarebit was tasty but very expensive - it works out at £1 for a rasher of bacon. £8.50 for one slice of bread is a lot regardless of quality. Tea and coffee was fine but the ambience seems just a little knocked around and jaded. The staff were very industrious and accommodating but not particularly warm. Best seats seem to be at the back of the cafe. Anywhere before or adjacent to the kitchens and you will have a lot of noise and passing customers and staff. In the current Ludlow market I think there will be a lot friendlier and comfortable places with better quality and value food
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