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“Rather poor”
Review of One Two One - CLOSED

One Two One
Cuisines: British
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Dining options: Breakfast
Description: Ideal location great views down Mostyn Street specialising in homemade food and using local suppliers for pies from Tom Parry butchers in Trefiw sausage and hams from local butcher Poyntons, One of our specialist dishes Welsh rarebit homemade using local produced mustard .All our soups are homemade along with our scones barabrith lemon drizzle cakes and apple pies. We are proud to use welsh artisan bread from local bakers Becws Alyn. We have specialist teas from Teapigs and serve great fresh ground coffee.All food is freshly prepared so at busy times there may be a delay but what we do ask is that you enjoy the experience .
Reviewed 23 April 2016 via mobile

In a town full of coffee shops this one is best avoided.The decaffeinated coffee is instant which shouldnt happen these days.Staff non too polite.Go elsewhere.

Thank David04715uf
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Reviewed 23 April 2016 via mobile

Good service, good cakes, good drinks and wonderful atmosphere. Also good organisation and good speed of service. Looks like good hygiene and place looks fantastic! Very kind staff.

Thank MattKirke
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Reviewed 21 April 2016

Although a delightful little café, organisation and management seems to be non-existent. Ordered coffees which were put on a restaurant type ticket system so ended up waiting half an hour just for 2 coffees. We sat outside and waited, each of the empty tables (including ours) were littered with dirty dishes & discarded food, needless to say a seagull swooped on to one of the plates and proceeded to gobble down the discarded food. We asked a waitress if she was going to clear our table to which she replied "not until I've done my orders" - she was going back empty handed anyway & could have carried the tray but there we go! Management is non-existent in here which is a shame as the food is delightful & presented extremely well, train the staff better & operate a more organised procedure and this café could be extremely good. As it is, if your coffee order is behind a table waiting for food you are in for a very long wait seems ridiculous to me. And PLEASE clear outside tables promptly, no wonder the seagulls are a problem, cafe's like this are adding to it.
I'm not a fan of the toilet door opening directly into the café - a bit off putting although there is a "screen" to block off the table opposite but its clean and suitable for people with mobility problems. Seems to have lacked a bit of thought.

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Thank 213dando
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Reviewed 7 April 2016 via mobile

We only wanted tea and scones. Cafe looked lovely. It wasn't full. We sat down at a table and after about 5 minutes (after we had made ourselves comfortable) the waitress came over and said they were operating a ticket system and it would be 45 minutes minimum. When we said we only wanted scones it made no difference. Needless to say we went elsewhere.

Thank Jane R
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Reviewed 28 March 2016

This coffee shop and cafe looks lovely, indeed the cakes and the like on display looked lovely.

However, they haven't got a clue when it comes to making a decent coffee.

Left very disappointed.

Thank Alfred C
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