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Thread: Cafes, coffee stops and favourite greasy spoons in the Thames Valley

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    Loomies Cafe

    On the junction of A32/A272 about 7 miles from Barnstormers

    http://www.loomies.co.uk/contact.htm
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    H Cafe Berinsfield

    End of the road for Berinsfield biker cafe

    http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/505...ld_biker_cafe/

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorbike_jim View Post
    End of the road for Berinsfield biker cafe

    http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/505...ld_biker_cafe/
    Looks like Ma Larkins is closed as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorbike_jim View Post
    End of the road for Berinsfield biker cafe

    http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/505...ld_biker_cafe/
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    Looks like we'll have to go to plan B !!!

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    Rykers @ Box Hill

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    a nice run is Sandhurst, Farnham, Hog's Back, Guildford, Merrow, Gomshall, Dorking.

    Along the route is Newland's corner for a nice cup of tea

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    Jacks fish & chip restaurant

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    The Original Chipwick

    The best fish & chips you will ever taste and multiple great routes to get down there and back.

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    Whiteways @ Bury Hill

    A good stopping point on the way to the South Coast. Make sure you go up Bury Hill, easy peg down piece of road.

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    or Judges opposite the Cunning man pub, on the Burghfield road, open on a Sunday, as is the Riverside Cafe at Benson...

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    Hello everyone.

    Just happened upon this new Village Shop / Cafe at Sherborne, on the border with Gloucestershire and TV, off the A40. Biker friendly owners (Yvonne and Sarah) open 363 days a year, place to eat / drink, in and outdoors. On street parking (flat)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brig View Post
    I am prob being a bit slow here but Foxes has transmoglafied into the H cafe with what my missus reckons have some of the worst bogs she has had the missfortune to piss in.Loads of bikes there today for me to look at though, so its not all bad.
    It's changed again. Still the "H" but under new management. Bike club there ("H" Riders) is still a bit of a joke, but the cafe's better. Basic grub, but now with a TV showing MotoGP, free wifi (and PCs) and so on.

    Friendly enough bunch, particularly if you like buying smuggled tobacco....
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    Quote Originally Posted by OscarIndia View Post
    Friendly enough bunch, particularly if you like buying smuggled tobacco....


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    Bosworths Cafe Finchingfield

    Plenty of bikes there especially at weekends

    http://www.bosworthstearooms.co.uk/more.html
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    Went to H Cafe yesterday morning (hadn't been for about 7 years, thought it was shut down)

    Had a nice brew.


    http://www.h-cafe.co.uk/


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    Reg's cafe in Banbury is good... http://www.regscafe.co.uk/#/contact/4572484828

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    Apparently Loomies is closing- shame.


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