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Thread: Cafes, coffee stops and favourite greasy spoons in the Peak District

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    Cafes, coffee stops and favourite greasy spoons in the Peak District

    Let us know your recommendations for your favourite biker food drink stop, a GPS waypoint would be good.

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    Queens head cafe 59 Yeoman Street N53 07.210 W1 35.082 Symbol & Name 11/16/2007 8:00:46 PM
    As it says = Queens head cafe Bonsall 10 min from Matlock Bath lovely people.
    can get 20 in at least - bike parking all around cafe - no yella lines. Still have not got a free butty of the owners yet - but I recon Jaber has

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    I know it sounds daft

    But Morrisons in Belper, fantastic Sun breakfast not cheep but very good, by the way not had any freebees from Bonsal, I reckon the mans a battie boy not a butty boy

    Lots of love Steve

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    Green bus

    At Whatstandwell (layby) nr Matlock, used to be very good not been now for some time and only open weekdays, was very greasey and very spoony but loadsa lorry drivers use it(always a good sign)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaber View Post
    At Whatstandwell (layby) nr Matlock, used to be very good
    There's a sign by it stating that "Mandy/Sheila/Janice (whoever ) is Back!", so things should be back to their usual greasey best


    And my suggestion, is Marys mobile (so it's not always there!) tea/burger bar in the lay by on Long Hill (Buxton to Whaley Bridge) - tea and foods nothing special but the views superb!
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    Woodbine Caff in Hope and Old Smithy in Monyash two top scoffs!

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    Grindleford station cafe. Good food and interesting service from a slightly eccentric 'host'.
    Glossop? cafe coming out of Glossop towards Chapel en le Frith on the left. Small and busy, cheerful service and good prices.

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    Soup Kitchen

    The Vanilla Kitchen in the centre of Tideswell. Fine sandwiches and their homemade soups are truly memorable (in a good way). They're closed Monday and Tuesday but seem to be open roughly 10 to 5 the other days of the week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harry the cat View Post
    Grindleford station cafe. Good food and interesting service from a slightly eccentric 'host'.
    Glossop? cafe coming out of Glossop towards Chapel en le Frith on the left. Small and busy, cheerful service and good prices.
    Grindleford cafe.......best chip butty i ever had

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    Top spot

    The Old Smithy Cafe in Monyash

    Good grub and some really good roads to lead you there


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    Edge Close Farm tea rooms in Flagg, especially in the winter when there's logs burning in the stove!

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    Outside Cafe - Calver

    Outside cafe
    Baslow Rd
    Calver, Derbyshire S32 3HX

    01433 631 111

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    Tried the old smithy at monyash, very good, but also worth trying the cafe at Wetton mill in the manifold valley, beautiful scenery and and a great ride to get there

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    Bosley cross roads

    Great run out the other day 200 plus miles of fun. went down the A 54 from Buxton to Bosley crossroads and discovered a coffee shop soon to include farm shop at the crossroads .Its set up by a charity organisation (Dreamcatchers) they help service men and women who have left or soon to leave the service.Anyway smart place to stop and turn round for that lovely run the other way around lol!!Don't be put off by the outer view of the place its lovely inside and welcome bikers .ATB Hughie
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    Stopped off at Gridleford Cafe for lunch today whilst riding past. Giant yorkshire pudding, pork, chips & veg. Looked great but was utterly disgusting. Gravy was cold, chips rock hard and veg from a tin. Thought their food was supposed to be good?

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    The Village Kitchen, 30 Market St, SK23 7LP Whaley Bridge.
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