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

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    Archway Cafe

    Lower Bristol Road
    Bath
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madmountainman View Post
    Wheatsheaf Inn
    A368 Wells Road
    Just west of Corston.
    Zummerzet or it may be in BANES
    No longer available.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongolian Explorer View Post
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    You're right, Richard's - the old owner - moved on and the current owner doesn't do breakfast. If you're in the Mendip area, head for Winscombe and stop off at The Pantry. I've put a review on Tripadvisor too.


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    Richard and Eva were,moved out because they were not going by the agreement for beer purchasing ....

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    Sheppy's Cider Tea Rooms does a cracking all day breakfast. Biker friendly and ample parking. Situated off the A38 between Taunton and Wellington.

    Also worth a mention is Oake Manor Golf CClub, near Taunton. Great value all day breakfast in lovely surroundings. http://www.oakemanor.com/restaurant_somerset_bar.html

    I can also recommend my Paula's excellnet bacon or sausage butties which are usually conjured up for our visitors, as a few folk on here may testify.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbug View Post

    I can also recommend my Paula's excellnet bacon or sausage butties which are usually conjured up for our visitors, as a few folk on here may testify.
    Only if they're grilled fella!


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    The Coffee Den

    The Coffee Den
    Stockwood Farm Buildings
    Pylie
    Shelton Mallet
    BA4 6TA

    Dropped in on Sunday and had a great lunch. Stopped there today and had an excellent burger

    Good coffee too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madmountainman View Post
    You're right, Richard's - the old owner - moved on and the current owner doesn't do breakfast. If you're in the Mendip area, head for Winscombe and stop off at The Pantry. I've put a review on Tripadvisor too.
    or my favourite, Lillypool Cafe (and campsite) between Cheddar and Shipham, lovely breakfasts - http://www.lillypoolcafe.co.uk
    Somewhere in Somerset

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharik View Post
    Unfortunately this has now closed - ceased trading on Tuesday 29 Jan see:

    http://www.salisburyjournal.co.uk/ne...astrous__year/
    Looked open when I past it last week, missed this and stopped at another bikers cafe about half a mile further on towards Salisbury. Only had a coffee, so can't say anything about bacon butties!
    Somewhere in Somerset

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    Foxhunters transport cafe, West Down, EX348NU Excellent food at good prices, friendly staff, loads of parking (its not mine but I am a regular ) check it out
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