Dusty Bluebells is now called the Strid Wood Tea Rooms. The food is scrumptious and excellent value for money.
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Visited on a damp dreary week before Christmas - Warm cafe, friendly welcome and pleasant tea/coffee + snacks - certainly a well worth stop-off when out walking
Visited 14th April for snack lunch. There were just one group of people who had arrived before us, however it was a good 30 minutes before they got their lunch They were all served at 5 to 10 minute intervals ! Worrying we thought. .Our...More
Dear demeter112, thank you for your comments. As with the previous review, we have been very, very busy over Easter and at peak times unfortunately food waiting times have been between 30 mins to almost an hour on rare occassions. We have a small kitchen...More
Visited this cafe whilst walking Easter week. We arrived around 1-45, the cafe didn't appear to be specially busy. However it took an hour to get 2 toasties. The quality was very average with 2 lettuce leaves and a tiny portion of crisps as garnish....More
Dear Daleswalker4, thank you for you comments. I apologise that you had to wait such a long time to receive your meal. During Easter week we have been fortunate enough to be extremely busy and as a consequence, some customer waiting times have not been...More
Visited this lovely tearoon on a Monday lunchtime. Had the home made soup and granary bread, it was yummy. The staff are very accommodating and friendly. The cakes are to die for, so moist and tasty. Wish i could of sat outside to watch the...More
Came for a quick refreshment before a walk round the woods! The coke float (not on menu my request) was gorgeous the ice cream was superb! The chocolate cake was extremely tasty and moist just wish it was a little bigger. So lovely and peaceful...More
Called in for refreshments whilst cycling. Had to wait 1 hour for a sandwich and even a coffee. When the food finally arrived only average standard. Problem caused by only one member of staff, don,t waste your time just not worth a visit.More
Dear billybikers, firstly thank you for your comments. I was working on the day of your visit and you're absolutely correct that we were short staffed with only myself on. On placing your order I did inform you that there would be a slight delay...More
We have found this place a little hit and miss. Sometimes brilliant, sometimes almost poor. Always lovely service but not always lovely food. The cakes are great but give the pasties a miss, never hot and nothing special. Had a good too many cream teas...More
Service was slow even though the cafe was nearly empty but once it arrived food was fresh. hot and tasty. Nice array of cakes, soup and savouries to choose from. Visited in February when parking was free midweek later it is around £6 when the...More
What a lovely place! A great spot to rest after a long dog walk. Lovely food and coffee, thank you. We will definitely be back. Can imagine it will be fab in the summer too.