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

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    Food etc

    Flash bar stores between Leek and Buxton. Hot food, coffee and cakes.

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    Just found this little peach on Sunday. Easily missed (passed it loads of times and never given it a glance I until an emergency pee stop at the Public Convenience across the road !

    Small but friendly with good snap.


    The Fleece Pantry

    www.fleeceinnholme.co.UK

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    Its right at the bottom of Holme Moss hill and a good excuse for a ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daviedevs View Post
    Flash bar stores between Leek and Buxton. Hot food, coffee and cakes.
    I was in there the other day (on my world record breaking ride), only had a coffee, which was awful, but the food looked good.



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    After the Vanilla Kitchen changed hands we don't go in as service has been off and food standard dropped off.
    Have been in Peak District Parlour and sampled their food . Lovely grub ,taking my Dad today for his lunch.

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    The Yonderman Cafe (aka Jellies and Kate's Kitchen) on the A623 at Wardlow Mires is popular with bikers esp the green lane brigade. Good value HUGE breakfasts. The owner is a biker and has shelving specifically for helmets so you will be welcome.

    Basic farm campsite opposite and a pub (three Stags Head inn ) about 200 yards away that is well worth a visit - proper country boozer run by an umm, eccentric landlord and family.

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    On our usual Sunday outing went in a new cafe in Tideswell open for 6 months now called HandD exotic teas. What drew us in was the wide and varied theme night info in particular Carribean influenced food. Great welcome for two people looking like Michelin man in bike gear. I stayed basic with a pea and ham and Julie had a sample of lime chicken rice and peas and plantane and sweet potato. All excellent food,friendly service. Good tea as you would expect.
    Menu extensive usual basic fare through to more exotic. Really pleased with this find. Not on main road as you go round main corner before chippy and Peak Parlour turn right back on yourself. Enjoy

    Website may require a bit more info I think.

    http://exoticteas.co.uk/

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    Yonderman on A623. Wardlow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soptastic View Post
    Yonderman on A623. Wardlow.
    Great breakfast at the yondermans, and this takes some beating; calver crossroads; best coffee in the peaks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bear View Post
    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?

    I take it you didn't pay then and complained to tell them the error of their wares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Rat View Post
    I take it you didn't pay then and complained to tell them the error of their wares.
    Fuck knows, it was over 4 years ago pal. That place is utterly disgusting. I'd rather lick the floor of Squires than eat here again. And I've never been to Squires.
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    Little tiny cafe on the traffic light crossroads at Cromford. Parking for a couple of bikes on the pavement outside. It is a wooden shack that used to be part of the railway I think - anyway, friendly folks, and home made grub. I only had soup and a sandwich followed by coffee and cake. Enjoyed every mouthful.

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