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    Salt Box Cafe
    2 Derby Road Foston
    nr Hatton
    Derby
    DE65 5PT
    I've just been there today, with my wife on the back of the GSA...

    Good food, good tea, not enough bikes though

    Good place to meet up, but closed on Sat. afternoon and all of Sun.

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    My friend has his café open now in Ashbourne,

    Bikers and particularly hungry tossers welcome

    http://www.theflowercafe.co.uk/

    His name is Mark, tell him Rob says GSers get a free biscuit and see what he says

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubyrider View Post
    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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    millennium fishbar

    millennium fish bar saffron lane parking in front of the shop award winning fish&chips hot drinks and the owner has 3 bikes as well 2 tables in shop for sit down

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    There's only one caff - The Woodbine, Hope in the High Peak, dirt bikers welcome!

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    Windy Ridge Cafe. Just north of on the A523 between Ashbourne and Leek (just north of Waterhouses).

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    Barton marina Nr. Burton on Trent.
    Tea rooms/Deli. Pub & a really good Thai.
    Or just sit and look at the canal boats.
    http://www.bartonmarina.co.uk

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    The Wetherspoons at Melton Mowbray

    The Kettleby Cross -
    Wilton Road
    Melton Mowbray
    Leicestershire
    LE13 0UJ

    Full English breakfast - £3.99 - or the Large, Tosser sized one for a quid more

    Watch out on a Sat/Sunday morning though - as all the Dayglo gear from the AIM/RoSPA boys on their training 'breaks' nearly blinds you as you walk in !

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    Trudys Woodside

    Just off the roudabout on the A614 (A614 meets A616 at Ollerton), good cafe.

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    Byard's Leap Tea rooms near Cranwell Lincs.

    Byard's Leap is a really nice cafe for breakfast or lunch. It's on the B6403 which runs North from Ancaster toward the A17 almost at its junction with the A17.

    Everyting from a bacon bap to a full English (never had lunch there but I think they serve Sunday roasts). It's on a sealed stub of Ermine Street just off the A17 near Cranwell. Often see motorcyclists and car enthusiasts there.

    Good roads around if a bit flat!

    Our route from Leicester generally goes from Leicester to Melton to Colsterworth then across the A1 to Bourne then along the A15 toward Sleaford and then Along the A17 to Cranwell.

    http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1001828

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    OS X (Eastings) 498872
    OS Y (Northings) 348969
    Nearest Post Code NG34 8EY
    Lat (WGS84) N53:01:44 (53.028882)
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    Lena's cafe

    600 yards South of Holdingham Roundabout A17/A15 toward Sleaford.

    Very biker friendly, cheap, big portions,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monsieur View Post
    The Bacon Roll - Pelham Bridge (Tesco's end), Lincoln Open till about 2ish mon-sat
    Great bacon!!!
    +1.
    Thoroughly recommend the 'Rich mans' roll. Mug of tea or coffee, 2 x bacon, 2 x sausages, egg & mushrooms all wrapped up in a low fat, isotonic bread roll (not the tea or coffee, obviously). £3.50, Bob's your uncle.

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    Grindleford Station Cafe (Peak District), frequented by walkers, climbers mountain bikers and motor bikers.

    Great fry up and chips

    Station Approach
    Grindleford
    Upper Padley
    Derbyshire
    S32 2JA

    The Outside Cafe at Hathersage (next to the petrol station) isn't bad too

    Outside Ltd
    Main Road
    Hathersage
    Derbyshire
    S32 1BB

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    Pool Cafe, Hathersage. Best big breakfast ever
    Somewhere in Somerset

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orinoco View Post
    Pool Cafe, Hathersage. Best big breakfast ever
    +1 Great place. I fancy going for a swim in the winter there too!

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    Not Greasy Spoons but a great place to go for a change are the OK Diners.

    There are 3 on the A1. 1 Northbound near Cromwell, Lincs, another Northbound around Peterborough and one Southbound south of Colsterworth.

    Typical artery clogging American diner food at reasonable prices.

    There are a few more around the country, with a discount club. http://www.okdiners.com

    I'm planning to visit all of them in a weekend next summer!

    Does anyone want to join me?

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