After walking up Snowdon with my lad, decided it was getting dark too quickly to cook back at the tent; so wandered through the village and ended up in here - mainly because I fancied an 'all day breakfast'.
It was a wet dreary evening and the cafe was about two thirds full, yet despite the grim weather it was clean, warm and had a nice atmosphere. The lad who served was friendly and was trading banter with everyone in the queue, locals and 'foreigners'. Tea was in big mugs and poured from an 'eternL teapot', no individual tea bags, but endlessly topped up and a new bag added when needed - just as I remember from cafes when I was younger.
The menu was large but fairly simple, with some specials such as lasagne and a few veggie options. Orders were taken and a raffle ticket given to identifqho had ordered. I had the small breakfast and it wasn't that small! Bacon was delicious, thick and not too crispy, two hash browns, fried egg, sausage and fried bread. The boy had a cheeseburger and chips, which had fresh salad and proper slices of cheese, not a plastic square. Both very yummy and very welcome after our climb up the mountain.
All in all, a really friendly cafe with nice atmosphere, serving good basic food well.
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