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    Thumbs up Shankly's Cafe

    Shankly's Cafe
    Named after one of Liverpool FC most famous managers with some Liverpool FC memorabilia hung on the walls inside the cafe.

    • Good food - Good British fry-ups or should I say most of the breakfast is grilled so healthier.


    • Prices are very good particularly considering the affluent area.


    • Eye candy is young and buxom - Two of them are twins


    • Frequented by a few small groups of bikers and not widely known amongst the biking fraternity


    Shankly's Cafe
    21 Station Road
    Liphook
    Guildford
    Hampshire
    GU30 7DW


    GPS / SatNav Coordinates:
    51.04'16.80N
    0.48'08.50W

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    Thumbs up Bayside Cabin

    Bayside Cabin in the lovely picturesque Stokes Bay

    Very good quality food, fry-ups, meals and sandwiches etc. Fresh coffee and instant for those who don't mind insulting their tast buds.
    Instant coffee or tea is usually included in with some of the set meals.
    The breakfasts have names such as:Dinghy, Dinghy 2, Ferry and my favourite the largest breakfast, the Titanic.

    The prices are somewhat expensive, however the quality of the food and the seascape vista from the bay window are superb. The Isle Of Wight seems almost within reach.

    Bayside Cabin,
    Stokes Bay Road,
    Alverstoke,
    Gosport,
    Hampshire.
    PO12 2QT


    GPS / SatNav Coordinates:

    50.47'11.20N
    1.10'09.70W



    http://www.baysidecabin.co.uk/index.asp

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    cafe's

    Nando's Putney.
    Say no more
    its the extra hot!

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    belly busters amersham

    always remember that you are absolutely unique, just like everyone else.

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    Yalding Organic Gardens

    ...have a cafe, and do a Full English with black pudding! Got to get there before luchtime for it, though.

    You don't have to pay for the Garden, if you're just going to the Cafe.

    It's on the B2162, just south of Yalding village. Nice road, some good bends and a jump over a hump-back bridge just a bit further on.

    http://yaldinggardens.org/content/how-to-get-here

    (It's run by the mate of my drummer...)

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    google map of cafes available

    Hi Guys
    In the dark days before I found this forum, I set up a google map of places I knew. You just need a google account (free, no strings as far as I know) and it is set so anyone can add to it. Do try http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF&msa=0&msid=
    205337290113535473036.0004814726efe7aae8695
    and you should be OK. It's really useful for those with flash phones who can browse the web and find out where they are with them.

    I've put in the first 16 points from this forum, then ran out of time. If anyone wants to share the load, post to say where you got to.

    Adding is fiddly but not technical. Basically:
    . find a point
    . press 'save to'
    . select 'Roadside Cafe's'
    .press 'view map' at the top of the screen
    . scroll to the bottom and click on your link to make any changes, add to the description, alter the icon etc.

    And of course, when you drop in on a place, let them know you found them from UKGSER!

    See you

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    good tucker

    selsey bill on the main road down to the sea great eggs on toast

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    Good recommendation..

    Well done that man

    Tootled over to the Bayside Cabin in Stokes Bay (Gosport). Splendid location - we were there at 9 oclock on a sunny Sunday morning - great views of the Solent, Isle of Wight, dinghies, yachts, container ships (), etc.

    Excellent breakfast (had the Titanic ), fast service.

    Good call!

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    Wink

    Quote Originally Posted by daveo View Post
    selsey bill on the main road down to the sea great eggs on toast
    Hi Dave,

    I reside in Selsey - There are several cafes in the High St: -

    Penny Lane, which is by The Neptune PH, down a narrow arcade of small shops.

    Beeches (opposite NatWest) - One of my favourites.

    Riviera Restaurant (next to One Stop) - End of High St towards the sea on right-hand side - This is very busy and very popular with tourists and holiday makers from the local four static caravan sites. It is this cafe which you're probably referring to. This cafe / restaurant gives huge belly busting portions.
    :
    Just don't ask them for a rare steak - It took them 3 attempts to get close!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banjaxed View Post
    Well done that man

    Tootled over to the Bayside Cabin in Stokes Bay (Gosport). Splendid location - we were there at 9 oclock on a sunny Sunday morning - great views of the Solent, Isle of Wight, dinghies, yachts, container ships (), etc.

    Excellent breakfast (had the Titanic ), fast service.

    Good call!
    Glad you enjoyed it.

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    Cafe at the Kent Gliding Club.
    http://www.kent-gliding-club.co.uk/contact.php

    Squids Gate
    Challock
    Ashford
    Kent
    TN25 4DR

    They are not open all of the time but when they are they have a cafe roadside sign on show at the road junction.

    And 50p for a mug of tea!

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    Lasham Airfield

    Off the A339 between Alton and Basingstoke just follow the signs

    Excellent Cafe biker friendly with an extensive menu at reasonable prices

    On a fine day you can watch the Gliders being launched. Or arrange for a taster glider flight

    For the history buffs a lot of WW2 Airfield history up on the walls in the corridors on the way to the Khazi. Gser compatible plenty of pictures

    Frank

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    Shelly's Tea Room - Chilham

    2 The Square
    Chilham
    Kent
    CT4 8BY

    Nice small friendly tea room off the main road.

    http://www.shellystearooms.com/chilham_tea_room.html

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    An Excellent Cafe for all of you who can get to Worthing West Sussex ...

    The Sea Lane Cafe
    Marine Crescent
    Worthing
    BN12 4HR

    Nice big Cafe open all year round, plenty of staff and great food set right on the beach so you are guaranteed a great sea view. Plenty of space for your bikes. About 2 miles from Worthing Pier ... just keep heading west and you can't miss it. 5*.

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    Pete's Food Wagon - Rotherfeld

    Sybron Way, Millbrook Industrial Estate, Jarvis Brook, Crowborough, TN6 3JZ. Turn right at roundabout as you enter Sybron Way from Rotherfield Road.

    Food wagon on the side of the road with no seating. However, the owner (Peter) is very friendly.
    Prices are good. For example, 2 bacon rolls (half a french stick per roll) and 2 mugs of tea = £5. You also get free tea refill.

    Only open Monday-Friday and closes about 15:00.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeC View Post
    2 The Square
    Chilham
    Kent
    CT4 8BY

    Nice small friendly tea room off the main road.

    http://www.shellystearooms.com/chilham_tea_room.html


    Hurrah - thats about a mile from where I live .... !!

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