Popped in for coffee and teacakes after travelling by steam train and ferry to Dartmouth - lovely coffee.
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My husband and our two boys visited the Dart Cafe last week. Crab sandwiches all round which were very good. Coffee for us soft drinks for the boys. Friendly staff. All very nice. No complaints. No views hence 4 stars not 5.
Popped in for lunch here. Food (we had sandwiches and ciabattas) was great and service was quick. Clearly a popular local spot. Unfortunately there was no high chair or changing facilities so it felt a bit like our little one was not not welcome but...More
I asked the friendly owner if it was ok to bring our small dog inside and he was very welcoming to dogs. A big tick from me. The cafe is cosy rustic and extremely friendly. Lots of locals inside chatting to one another, nice vibe....More
Lovely, quaint, rustic and friendly cafe. Delicious breakfast at a good price. Couldn't fault it. . . and make dogs very welcome. Will definitely visit again. For those who enjoy coffee or a cold beer, it will also delight! Owner is very friendly and welcoming!
Small cafe off the front. Clean and tidy and run by a cheerful chap who made us feel very welcome. Good choice of traditional breakfasts
This is a tiny cafe down a side street which accepts dogs, that's fine apart from there were so many dogs in when we went, I put me off eating. Maybe allow one or two at a time as it is off putting. We had...More
An extremely friendly cosy cafe where everyone seems to know everyone else (like Cheers!). Good coffee. Warm welcome. Home made soup was good. Closes at 2pm. And why not.