We decided to eat here as we didn't particularly want chips or a pub meal. Efficient service..we all ordered fish pie which we're enjoyable Worth visiting if you are in Barmouth
1 - 10 of 42 reviews
Popped in for lunch as passing through the area. Pleasant and polite waitress service. No noses turned up at our request for 3 waters and one pot of tea (which came with hot water). We ordered a tuna baguette, breakfast bap and 2 welsh rarebits....More
August Bank Holiday Sunday 2017 in a packed Barmouth. 4 Adults, 4 children in search of lunch. Must have caught them on a bad day. The lady serving us hardly acknowledged us and gave us clipped answers to our questions about the menu and looked...More
Tea and cakes after a long walk across to Arthog. Delicious chocolate gluten free cake and pot of tea with china cups.
Soup and sandwich good. Even caters for gluten free. Coffee was not as good. Ordered cappuccino and latte but was not barista style and was weak and watery. Otherwise fab.
It was great to visit a café that knew exactly what was in their food. They offered a range of cakes and other foods for people with allergies. We had lemon pie which was lovely. The Tea was good and plentiful.
In search of somewhere for a quick cuppa and possibly a slice of cake (we were on holiday so as we all know, calories don't count!), my friend and I chanced upon The Old Tea Rooms in Barmouth housed in a building dating back to...More
On our way home from Beddgelert to Penybont, we drove along the beautiful coastline and thought we'd stop in Barmouth for a little refreshment. The top end of this quaint town was heaving with families enjoying their holidays, but further down the road, towards the...More