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Don't live local in Prescot - but visit for appointments. Wanted some lunch so called in for some sanwiches - cheese and red onion chutney, new york reuben - and some cake.
We were piggies and ordered 4 pieces of cake - they all looked...More
Just had lunch with 2 friends to introduce them to Down in Albion for the first time. Staff very friendly and helpful.
There were quite a few visitors including a large party for afternoon tea.
Our drinks came quickly, food took a little while and...More
Unexpectedly lovely cafe, definitely worth a visit. Went for Sunday brunch, and the food was delicious, with high quality ingredients served in stylish surroundings. The pancakes were a particular stand out: the best I've had this side of the Atlantic. Family friendly, with efficient and...More
Been here before and absolutely loved it, however on our last visit for my mums birthday, the service was incredibly slow not to mention my mum found a WET WIPE in her salad, and it ended up in her mouth before she was traumatised !!!...More
Date of visit: November 2019
ninoouk, Owner at Down In Albion, responded to this reviewResponded 17 November 2019
Hello Hannah, I heard about this incident and believe it was dealt with on the spot and your mum was smiling when she left, following our staff being very apologetic and heavily discounting your bill.
We do not use WET WIPES anywhere in our business...More
We opened lines of communication to see if we could arrange an event there. Sadly it is wasn't achievable but Nina and the team were amazing with us and the communication was second to none.
Honestly I cannot recommend this place enough.
Saturday breakfast with the family, The staff were friendly the service was quick, lovely clean room with a homely feel. There were six of us all ordering different choices, everything was cooked to perfection, the children’s portions were just right.
Having been in the bakehouse several times I was keen to visit the new venue. It’s a bit bohemian and quirky but in a good way. Spotlessly clean and staff welcoming. I ordered the rapide afternoon tea. Sandwich was ham and piccalilli followed by scone...More