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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Berin View Post
    Apparently Loomies is closing- shame.


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    Really? I'm surprised that a place so popular can go out of business. That is a shame.

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    Jenners

    If you're in or around Maidenhead then Jenners Cafe is worth a visit.

    http://jennerscafe.com/About-us.php

    You can take a stroll down the Thames path after a big fry up and watch the boats going through Boulters Lock too

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    IF you don't fancy the stereo typical 'greasy spoon bikers cafe' then about 3 miles down the road from the Berinsfield H's diner is the Benson cafe.
    Right on the river, sit on the veranda and watch the boats go by. Great food, nice staff, clean facilities and opens from about 8 on a Sunday for breakfast - gets busy so get there early!
    Open all day / evening and does very nice food.

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