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    Compton Abbas Airfield cafe

    Come back from here today on my new bike great place loads of bikes all staff great and tiger moth airplanes flying out of here!

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    box hill

    Off to boxhill for a coffee bet im the only one there

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    Off to boxhill for a coffee bet im the only one there
    Rykas at Box Hill has got to serve the worst food in England!

    I once had a burger from there that had a bone in it!
    (Christ knows what was in it besides horse meat!)


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    Thetford - Good cafe - Fisons Industrial Estate


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    The cafe has moved.... From last Sunday!

    Now situated at the what seems to the Dolphin Inn, Thetford

    http://hoggods.co.uk/the-dolphin-inn/home.html

    Should be good still.

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    American diner Ashford

    I found this one tucked away in the corner of a garden centre car park. Really nice burgers and a great place to meet up.
    http://www.bybrook-barn.co.uk/pages/riverview-diner.php

    Proper diner shipped from the US of A and restored to its former glory.
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    Lenham Cafe - south side of A20, just east of Lenham

    An unashamed classic "transport cafe" in the old tradition - all day "cardiac arrest" fry-up to order. Some interesting road rally sport memorabilia adorns the walls. The parking is not tarmac so beware any puddles - you don't know how deep they might be!

    http://www.lenhamcafe.com/

    But I see Roy has already posted this one... Doh! "Roadhouse Cafe" (aka Lenham Cafe)

    On the south face of the North Down opposite the cafe (sounds far more complex than it actually is!) you will see the Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers Memorial - a large white cross cut into the Downs. It accessible on foot from the North Downs Way / Pilgrims Way - access gates have been installed to prevent green-laning but you can park fairly close, a little to the west of the memorial.

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    I had a full breakfast at the Minnis Restaurant, Minnis Bay, Birchington a few weeks ago.

    Nice place, right on the beach, loads of parking, and a great breakfast.
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    The Aero club at Goodwood airfield do a fantastic breakfast, great sandwiches and meals, and very good cakes. But don't tell anyone.

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    Harrys Cafe, Herne Bay

    https://en-gb.facebook.com/pages/Har...764522?sk=info

    Found this place the other day when I took the KTM in for MOT.

    Bought this & a cup of coffee for £5.50....BARGAIN!!!!

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    That's my sort of "while you wait" brekky !!

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    There's Mickey's on the northbound side of Bluebell hill. The old Little Chef. Decent place.


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    Redhill aerodrome cafe

    Stopped in at the propellor cafe today on redhill aerodrome, very good food and some top totty to admire oh, and some planes landing/taking off.

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    Just to add another, had a great lunch down at waves cafe in selsey today, good food, good coffee, it's in the high street.


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    Route 1066 Cafe, A21 near Robertsbridge, East Sussex

    I can highly recommend the Route 1066 Cafe..

    It's our usual meet up place on the way to the Chunnel to get some breakfast. Heaving with bikers at the weekend and does the usual scrummy cut price fare enjoyed by svelte BMW riders in twat suits.

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    E 0.478263

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    Red Pig food truck on the Pett Level Road, Winchelsea Beach.

    Good coffee, great food, nice vibe if you find yourself in the Rye/Hastings area. Coffee is the best, really.

    https://www.facebook.com/theredpigrye#_=_

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