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We love the Cafe No 8 Bistro but the Cafe No 8 at the Art Gallery is definitely not up to standard. The female staff were not welcoming or friendly. The guy taking our order was ok but the drinks came to the table wrong...More
We came as a family of 8 which I understand can be a lot for a smaller cafe we stood around waiting for tables to be cleaned the staff are lazy and unwelcoming we asked if maybe we could push a table together and staff...More
We looked forward to our visit. But sadly we will not be visiting again. We ordered soup at about 12.15 it was supposed to be broccoli ? But none left so we were given a very weak butternut squash alternative. With a large chunk of...More
Came in on weds 3rd Oct and ordered some toast. I only saw 2 staff (both male, mid 20's) and it took 25 mins for my order to be taken. Then I watched as one member of staff went outside to smoke, I could feel...More
we visited today order taken verbally for sandwiches.No choice of bread offered.When waitress asked she said we could have brown bread but most guests had baguettes however she returned saying there was no brown bread left,at midday?The top of the baguette was completely dry underneath...More
We ate lunch there. The food and service was very good. The cafe is light and airy with some interesting art on the walls. It is a very pleasant respite after a busy day touring the city and the art gallery.
Met up here on 11 August 2018 with friends. Checked it out on Trip Advisor in advance and it clearly states “Vegan Options”. Upon arrival we told that in fact there were no vegan options. I explained that the description on Trip Advisor stated “Vegan...More
We should have known when the lady on the next table complained about a burnt brownie.......but deathly slow service, luke warm coffee, forgotten cake order and no sign of apology when it eventually arrived, all this in a half empty cafe with five employees in...More