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Exford Bridge Tea Rooms
Ranked #1 of 3 Restaurants in Exford
Price range: $1 - $13
Description: Now open 7 days a week from 8am. Offering an exciting breakfast range to satisfy every appetite, light lunches, superb pies, cream teas and high afternoon tea. All ingredients are locally sourced and we pride ourselves on our personally selected ingredients. Offering full barista coffee range served by our fully trained staff. The Exford Bridge Tea Rooms is situated in the heart of Exmoor, with its own free car park. Nestled within the centre of Exford village, backing onto the village green with generous children’s playing apparatus. Family & Dog friendly, free wi-fi, barister coffee and gluten free options available. From May we will be offering a full range of ice cream desserts and milkshakes!
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Description: Now open 7 days a week from 8am. Offering an exciting breakfast range to satisfy every appetite, light lunches, superb pies, cream teas and high afternoon tea. All ingredients are locally sourced and we pride ourselves on our personally selected ingredients. Offering full barista coffee range served by our fully trained staff. The Exford Bridge Tea Rooms is situated in the heart of Exmoor, with its own free car park. Nestled within the centre of Exford village, backing onto the village green with generous children’s playing apparatus. Family & Dog friendly, free wi-fi, barister coffee and gluten free options available. From May we will be offering a full range of ice cream desserts and milkshakes!
Reviewed August 5, 2014

Excellent little stop over. We visited here on the motorbike coming down from up north. I have to say you won't find better cream teas anywhere!!..

Thank Terry C
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Reviewed July 7, 2014

Popped in whilst on a ride out. Were only ones in. Maybe that was why it rather seemed to lack atmosphere. Were made a fresh pot of coffee but no modern variations available. Didn't try food but was a varied menu. Served it's purpose for us. Clean and tidy. Lots of curios along window cills.

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1  Thank Delighted_Client2014
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Reviewed May 6, 2014

Enjoyed tasty home made sandwiches after a long walk with a welcome cuppa. Place is very clean, good food and friendly staff. Loved all the things about the place.

Thank luvlocal57
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Reviewed October 7, 2013

We have been coming to this tearooms for 30 years and I would agree with previous reviewer that it is not what it used to be. The traditional tables and chairs with green china suited the place and we were slightly disappointed that it had changed. We had coffee and my husband had shortbread which he said was very nice. No cappuccino or Americano available just local Miles coffee, which suited us, but I heard someone else asking for it, and also they asked for a breakfast only to be told breakfast had finished. Surely if you are in business in these times you would make an effort to give the customers what they want.

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1  Thank travelfan46
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Reviewed August 12, 2013

As we drove into Exford on our way to our accommodation we noticed the sign outside the tearoom saying that they offered curry’s and take away pizzas. My daughter said “that’s want I want, a Pizza”. So once in our accommodation we wandered back into the village and thoughts that we would have a look at all the places open in the evening for food, however once we looked at the tearooms menu we were hooked.
It wasn't all pizza and curry’s with Stroganoff and Duck Cassoulet on the menu that night. My daughter changed her mind and went for the Macaroni cheese and on eating it all declared that it was the “Best Macaroni Cheese” she had had. My Cassoulet was sublime and wife's Stroganoff was delicious. As well as the food, the tearoom has a reasonable range of drinks, including a few alcoholic choices.

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Thank PoliteEngineer
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