Cafe Suggestions Wanted

Sunday breakfast meet up at a cafe once a month. All welcome.

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Postby Admin » Tue Feb 04, 2014 12:07 pm

Any thoughts or nominations for future cafe visits, looking at April onwards, so with better weather we may feel like venturing a little further from home.

Links and locations appreciated rather than just "there's a cafe in Milford", so I can check the location, opening times, menu, etc.
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Postby bmk » Sat Feb 22, 2014 7:54 pm

:ugeek: Picture Cafe - Bingham

:ugeek: Picture Cafe - Grantham

:ugeek: Farmers Fayre - Stoneleigh

:ugeek: The Grainstore Brewery - Oakham

:ugeek: The Potting Shed - Rutland Village

:ugeek: Wymondham Windmill Tea Rooms

:ugeek: Canalside Cafe - Fradley, nr Alrewas

:ugeek: Butler Henderson Café - Quorn & Woodhouse Station – LE12 8AW

:ugeek: Denstone Hall Cafe, nr Rocester, Staffs.

:ugeek: The Cottage Kitchen, Winkhill, Staffs ST13 7PN - was The Windy Ridge Cafe.

:ugeek: Kingfisher Cafe - Fradley

:ugeek: Canalside Farm Cafe - Great Haywood, Staffs

:ugeek: The Cosy Club - Stamford

:ugeek: Super Sausage Cafe - Pottersbury

:ugeek: Waters Edge Cafe - Bosworth Water

:ugeek: The Filling Station Cafe - Keswick

:ugeek: Oil Can Cafe at The Carding Shed - Holmfirth

:ugeek: Apple Tree Coffee Shop - Barton Marina

:ugeek: On The Sands Cafe & Deli - Long Clawson

:ugeek: OK Diner - A38 Egginton

:ugeek: Sutton Cheney Wharf

:ugeek: Lakeside Bistro - Shortheath Water

:ugeek: The Grange - Asfordy Hill

DC6 Diner - Coventry Airport

Deli Cafe - Brailsford, nr Ashbourne (closed Sunday's :roll: )

Parky's Eatery - Cromford

Amerton Farm- Amerton, Staffs

Tarro Lounge - Hinckley

Wellingtons Cafe - Bradmore

The Hub Cafe - Rosliston

The Hub Cafe - Moira

Post Office Tea Rooms - Newtown Linford

Manor Farm - Catthorpe

Salt Box Cafe - Hatton

Pillings Lock Marina - Quorn

Hoar Park, nr. Nuneaton - Wednesday morning classic meet.

Hassop Station - nr Bakewell

Hilltop Farm - Leamington Spa

The Old Smithy - Monyash

Grindleford Station Cafe

Bosworth Battlefield Visitor Centre

Hulme End Tea Rooms

Wetton Mill Tea Rooms

Top Lodge Cafe - Fineshade, Corby

Repton Tea Rooms

OK Diner - A1 Colsterworth

Oakley Grange Cafe - Hathern

Goodliffes - Church Gate - Loughborough

Mercia Marina Farm Shop & Coffee House - Willington

Forest Corner Snacks - Ollerton

Bolsover Wheelers - Cafe List & Reviews

Riggsville Biker Friendly Cafes

MyNearestCoffee.co.uk

Soulville Steakhouse - Nottingham / Chesterfield

:handgestures-thumbdown: Aviators Bistro - Darley Moor Airfield

:handgestures-thumbdown: Mainsail - Carsington Water
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Postby chris426f » Mon Nov 30, 2015 5:35 pm

Admin wrote:Any thoughts or nominations for future cafe visits, looking at April onwards, so with better weather we may feel like venturing a little further from home.

Links and locations appreciated rather than just "there's a cafe in Milford", so I can check the location, opening times, menu, etc.


Took mum n dad here today..... great breakfast.... Its a farm shop (with cafe) and all the produce is from the farm (eg the sausages) or local area.... Not the cheapest, not the biggest, but very tasty....

Just off the A5 at Cattthorpe (M1/M6/A14).... Cost me £35 for 4 breakfasts, but spent another £80 in the shop..... Doh!

http://manorfarmcatthorpe.co.uk/

Manor Farm
Main Street,
Catthorpe,
Leicestershire,
LE17 6DB

Phone:01788 869002
E-Mail: enquiries@manorfarmcatthorpe.co.uk

Opening Hours
Shop:
Mon-Fri: 9am-6pm
Sat: 9am-5pm
Sun: 10am-5pm

Kitchen:
Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm
Sat: 9am-5pm
Sun: 10am-5pm
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Postby bmk » Tue Dec 01, 2015 12:21 am

Thanks Chris, we'll definitely give that one a go in the New Year. :ugeek:
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Postby tim » Sat Jan 02, 2016 4:01 pm

Tried the"back in time for tea" in the ex mod kit shop at lutterworth, Leicester road, a nice place to visit for the war years experience which extends to the menu so no full English but they do bacon butties, dripping on toast , crumpets p beans on toast etc then stock up on your camo goods, 11:00 till 15:30 on Sunday and can only seat 20
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Postby bmk » Sat Jan 02, 2016 5:03 pm

tim wrote:Tried the"back in time for tea" in the ex mod kit shop at lutterworth, Leicester road, a nice place to visit for the war years experience which extends to the menu so no full English but they do bacon butties, dripping on toast , crumpets p beans on toast etc then stock up on your camo goods, 11:00 till 15:30 on Sunday and can only seat 20

The 'back in time' also seemed to extend to the smell of damp and the miserable service when we went, plus the bacon butty was 'orrible. Isn't even close to getting on the list for a return visit.
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Postby tim » Mon Jan 04, 2016 9:56 pm

Sorry to hear that Martin, I thoroughly enjoyed my carrot and sultana cake and thought the serving lady rather tasty and not at all damp smelling.
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Postby BLUE(UK) » Mon Jan 04, 2016 10:13 pm

tim wrote:Sorry to hear that Martin, I thoroughly enjoyed my carrot and sultana cake and thought the serving lady rather tasty and not at all damp smelling.


One mans moist is another mans damp. :censored:
Then there's the guy who emails 50 questions about a 10 quid product, all of which could be answered by googling. So you answer and try to help, he emails again with more and you reply again. After the 5th email its obvious he doesnt actually want it and is basically wasting your time so you reply slower. Then he puts a post on a forum about how you're a twat because you're slow to reply so that whole process just costs you time and reputation, all because the bloke is a massive """"..
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Postby b8ppj » Tue Jan 05, 2016 11:37 am

BLUE(UK) wrote:
tim wrote:Sorry to hear that Martin, I thoroughly enjoyed my carrot and sultana cake and thought the serving lady rather tasty and not at all damp smelling.


One mans moist is another mans damp. :censored:


Does that make him "A bad person" ;)
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Postby BLUE(UK) » Tue Jan 05, 2016 2:26 pm

b8ppj wrote:
BLUE(UK) wrote:
tim wrote:Sorry to hear that Martin, I thoroughly enjoyed my carrot and sultana cake and thought the serving lady rather tasty and not at all damp smelling.


One mans moist is another mans damp. :censored:


Does that make him "A bad person" ;)


It's 2016 my esteemed friend, I'm not here to judge. :doh:
Then there's the guy who emails 50 questions about a 10 quid product, all of which could be answered by googling. So you answer and try to help, he emails again with more and you reply again. After the 5th email its obvious he doesnt actually want it and is basically wasting your time so you reply slower. Then he puts a post on a forum about how you're a twat because you're slow to reply so that whole process just costs you time and reputation, all because the bloke is a massive """"..
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Postby tim » Tue Jan 05, 2016 10:25 pm

If this is what I get carrying out some good honest consumer investigations I won't bother again :augie
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Postby bmk » Tue Jan 05, 2016 10:28 pm

tim wrote:If this is what I get carrying out some good honest consumer investigations I won't bother again :augie

They'll grind you down if you let them Tim, don't give them the satisfaction. :lol:
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Postby BLUE(UK) » Tue Jan 05, 2016 10:28 pm

tim wrote:If this is what I get carrying out some good honest consumer investigations I won't bother again :augie


B8PPJ is always like that, just ignore him.
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