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

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    Cob House Fisheries

    Cob House Fisheries on the B4204 Worcester to Martley Road. A really nice cafe that serves good food all day. Breakfasts are great and very reasonably priced. I had a full English today and it was £3.75 including a coffee. Get there early as it fills up fast. They have some of the tables set up as refectory tables so would be good for large groups. As an added bonus the drive and car park are potholed gravel, so all you rufty, tufty adventure bikers can arrive standing on your pegs.

    If you go in the car with the kids there's a play area and some farm animals for them to feed.

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    Try Doms diner

    Dom's bike stop.

    On the 449 Leominster roundabout, 1st roundabout after the Cadbury's factory, take the exit to Worcester / Bromyard and its 100 yards on right.

    He deserves a mention as he is putting a lot of work in, he also does camping, free range sausages eggs etc, great place to chill, plenty of room and you can sit under cover listening to good music.
    He is installing pizza oven and getting drinks licence, also does a great range of food.

    You can find him on Facebook, look under groups ( so he tells me )

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    Somebody made the same recommendation for Dom last week. I'll be checking it out sometime soon!

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    New Wednesday Night Event for Bikers....

    The Farmer & Friends Cafe at Garden Village, Bridgnorth Road, Wolverhampton WV6 7EZ will now be hosting a brand new Bikers night every Wednesday starting 31 July 2013 from 6pm. This is to take over from the Swancotes night as it has closed down. Refreshment tent available serving food, drink and much more.... Hope to see you all there.

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    The Crown Inn
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    Cafe by the quarry now closed

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    Quote Originally Posted by wreck diver View Post
    The cafe at Shobdon airfield,good scoff and plenty to see.Also the cafe at Clee hill by the quarry,great bacon sarny and cheap too.
    Nice run to both of those on a sunday morning.
    Ric, The Cafe by the Quarry has now closed. Reg

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPMDAKAR View Post
    Ric, The Cafe by the Quarry has now closed. Reg
    Yes it's been shut a few years now,great pity it's was such a great view of the Clee,s.

    Good opening for some one to set up a cafe there.
    I could see you and Marg in a little venture��

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    Yea on Route Nationale to Biaritz, serving tea & coffe out the camper window!!!! HaHa

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    Anyone know of a good cafe near Leamington Spa A429 area..?

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    The West End Cafe Llandovery. In the middle,on the A40. Popular stop,gets busy at weekends, good food, parking outside or car park directly opposite.

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    Watch out for the coffee and walnut cake. It's a killer!!

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    Anyone know of a good cafe near Leamington Spa A429 area..?

    Very close to A429. Touchdown Cafe at Wellesborne Airfield: CV35 9EU

    A bit further away but popular with bikers. The Long Itch Diner: CV47 9QZ

    There are loads in the town centre - best check Trip Advisor

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    Thanks, both

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