Ok cafe but if I'm honest I find the menu a little overpriced. Also tables are too close together and the place is too dark. Nice friendly staff and has a traditional feel to the place. So positives and negatives here.
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Went to Leicester for some Christmas shopping and decided upon pickwicks in the hay market centre We ordered 2 jacket spuds with cheese and coleslaw and two mugs off hot chocolate Upon arrival the jackets were massive and plenty off toppings on top The meal...More
Eaten here a few times with the wife and nieces and nephews while out shopping in Leicester. Always good food, prepared and brought to your table in good time. Staff are friendly, and the Cafe is always clean and tidy. They serve great cakes also,...More
Visiting Leicester city and happened upon this café in the Haymarket shopping centre (top of escalator) plenty of people enjoying a lunch time meal or a cuppa so that's always a good sign, we found a table and ordered our lunch - the menu was...More
It's one of those transparent places that place's profit above quality, it put me and my wife in a bad place all morning. The sausages where the cheapest slurry I have ever come across the bacon quite literally tasted of the farm yard. The owners...More
Unlike some we found this place very good with excellent helpful staff. We only had coffee, which was very good, and a snack and found them to be of a good standard. This is a no frills cafe with very good pricing.
The last review says to avoid anything with cheese, I'd say avoid the place like the plague! We ordered 2 coffees in dirty cups, 2 cobs wrapped in cling film and a slice of rubber...sorry quiche! There is no amount of customer service could paper...More
i was really looking forward to a light jacket and quiche what came was anything but, the quiche was just a block of processed cheese which i could not eat, also jacket which was microwaved and hard in places was also covered with processed cheese....More
I come here quite frequently due to the excellent value for money. The menu features all your typical cafe grub and I would say that one dish e.g a jacket potato or quiche is enough to feed two people! But we don't want to look...More
Remember when the Haymarket Centre used to look like a dimly-lit Eastern European prison? All those horrible orange lights and no windows? This place brings those memories flooding back. Surly staff serving expensive but nasty food. Coffee had a thick film on it - God...More