One of those places it's sadly hard to think of anything really nice to say about. It's got a lovely location and view, but totally lacks ambience. Menu holds some interest, but the delivery underwhelms.
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Andrew Dixons food continues to excel at this foodie oasis in Porlock Weir. We have been visiting The Cafe ( formerly Andrews on the Weir) for almost 20 years on visits down to the area... I am pleased to say that today's Sunday lunch was...More
Smart decor visited for a cream tea wanted to sit at a table by a window to admire the view of the harbour but were told to go into another room where table with view was occupied. Scone was warm but too breads . Lacked...More
Eaten at this restaurant twice in the past couple of months. Delicious Sunday roast, meat cooked as it should be (medium), very filling. Also eaten here at lunchtime, lovely steak, cooked exactly as requested. Please book if you want Sunday lunch. Most importantly DOG FRIENDLY....More
A great little hidden gem of a tea room and restaurant. We popped in for a late afternoon tea recently and loved the whole experience - decor, atmosphere, locally sourced food, homemade everything, huge selection of drinks to accompany, and the staff were super friendly...More
Attractive welcoming family run B&B also offering very nice meals to non residents. Visited for lunch. Local asparagus and lovely glass of rose wine in light airy restaurant overlooking harbour. Wish we had stayed there rather than nearby hotel.
we brought my husband's aunt here for afternoon tea. The first time for all of us. It was delicious and just the right amount . The room was light and airy with views over the bay. When we left we all visited the toilets which...More
We came across The Cafe on a beautiful, summer evening and decided to sit in their garden (which was empty) in the hope of getting some dinner. It was sadly not to be .. apparently they don't serve food in the garden 'because the menu...More
We found this gem unexpectedly- from the board on the main road it isn't clear that The Cafe is a superb restaurant as well as a B&B. We had a light lunch of asparagus with egg for my companion and a delicious celeriac and apple...More