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All reviews chip butties bacon sarnie pie fries salad padley gorge grindleford station milky coffee hand written peak district half pint long walk an institution portions are generous full english covered area longshaw estate
An historic station put to modern use with a simplistic contemporary charm. Food is cafe style and cooked to order, the chips are the best round for miles, cooked twice, crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Sausage egg and chips, with the...More
We have been coming to Grindleford Station Cafe for decades. It is, or can be, on the route of many of our favourite walks and became even more popular with us after our children were born. It ‘does what it says on the box’! A...More
When one hears the name 'Grindleford station cafe', one would imagine warmth, quaintness and traditional good service- far from it! The place smells of stale lard. It is stark and unwelcoming, not in any way quaint, hideous garish LED floodlights which emit an unpleasant blue...More
An old station turned into a cafe. All traditional foods such as chip buttys, breakfasts, beans on toast etc.
I only give it 3 stars because 5 star is gourmet food. But this place has top marks for being exactly what you need when out...More
Between Christmas and the New Year I visited with some friends, as I do multiple times a year. The place was busy as it is occasionally, nothing bad to report, apart from I needed an extra teabag for my pint of tea!
Food was spot...More
Queue out the door in December! Quality chips, breakfast and mugs of tea. Loads of room and plenary of tables outside for those with dogs. What an institution. Son has taken on mantle of his father, admirably.
Been here a few times...chip barm cake bigger than my head...has a reputation for grumpy signage regarding kids,phones etc etc...but so what? No frills good hearty plates of food....if you don’t like that kind of thing...try somewhere else...simples ❤️