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Thread: Cafes, coffee stops and favourite greasy spoons in the East Midlands

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    A631 between Market Rasen and Caenby Corner, just outside Glentham.

    Farm shop and cafe, not sure of name but its the one with the big sign '1000 happy hens' (and one tired old cock?).

    Great full english and loads more, huge carpark

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    A15 between Lincoln and Sleaford, just past RAF Waddington.

    Cafe on right if travelling towards Sleaford - great food and drinks with large carpark

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    They also have a bike night on a Tuesday from 18.30.

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    Quote Originally Posted by traveller View Post
    A15 between Lincoln and Sleaford, just past RAF Waddington.

    Cafe on right if travelling towards Sleaford - great food and drinks with large carpark
    Nocton Heath Truck Stop, yummy

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    Not been to this one yet as its relatively new. Its called Roman Cafe Motorcycles, on the A52 just out of Grantham on the way to Boston

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    Roman Cafe ! it looked very VERRY closed when i passed it last week, car park and building surrounded b heras fencing as if due for demolition !

    not sure whats going on there ?

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    1Diner, Long Itchington, Warks. Bike night every Thursday 6pm >. Good food apparently.
    As happy as can be!
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    Quote Originally Posted by adyb View Post
    Roman Cafe ! it looked very VERRY closed when i passed it last week, car park and building surrounded b heras fencing as if due for demolition !

    not sure whats going on there ?
    http://www.romancafe.co.uk/page_1211902049229.html

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    Blowiling Green at Melton Mowbray on the main road coming from Leicester end - excellent wee cafe for snacks - sit outside and admire the bikes.

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    Dovecote Farm Orston , equestrain centre, has cafe open to all, open everyday, biker friendly and generally fit birds in tight jodhpurs lurking about !
    and scruffy looking bloke who is the spitting image of me !

    Find Orston and follow signs for Flawbourgh !

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    1000 Happy Hens

    Home of 1000 Happy Hens

    Cherry Tree Farm Park
    Gainsborough Road, Glentham, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire
    Tel: 01673 878326 or 07850 920146
    www.cherrytreefarmpark.com

    "A great day out for the whole family"

    Go-Karts
    Alpacas

    Country Kitchen

    Crazy Golf
    Jumping Pillows
    Hatchery Unit; chicks, ducklings, goslings and lots lots more

    Farm Shop; 20 different types of cheese, 15 varities of olives, plus a bakery section, butchers and plant shop

    AND OF COURSE 1000 HAPPY HENS!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrissyp View Post
    Home of 1000 Happy Hens

    AND OF COURSE 1000 HAPPY HENS!!
    And one very happy cock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by traveller View Post
    And one very knackered cock?
    Fixed it for you

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    Some are a bit off the manor but here's a few of my favourites:

    Raven Truckstop, A41 just south of Whitchurch.
    (...often followed by a ride over into Wales to the Ponderosa Cafe at Llangollen).

    Squires Cafe Bar, Newthorpe, York, B1222 just off A63 near Selby.

    Bistro Cafe, A52 just north of Grantham. (another proper truckstop).

    Roman Cafe, on the A52 just west of Grantham (Boston / Skegness road) (temporarily moved to Bridge End Road, Grantham, while they refurb).

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    For info - Cherry Tree Farm Park cafe now only open Friday, Saturday, Sunday (at least for the winter)
    Life is short.
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    That's all you need to know...

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    Ma Larkins http://www.malarkins.com/index.html
    Next to the A3400/A361 roundabout. Chapel House Crossroads, Chipping Norton, OX7 5TB‎ - 01608 643 935‎

    There's usually a number of bikes there Saturday & Sunday mornings

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