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Trying to eat here was very unpleasant. The building is beautiful, old and has lots of character but it could do with a good clean inside. The salad I had was bland and unpleasant. It was described as a herb salad but I never expected...More
We recently visited Shrewsbury for the first town and stumbled upon this cafe just off the High Street on our way down to the river. I'm glad we did as we had a very tasty meal in this quirky building.
The food was very tasty,...More
What a wonderful find in this quirky cafe. Full of history and character. Small place but plenty of seating up and down. Really Great staff. Josh was our server. Wonderfully presented food. Very tasty. My Husband had the Ye Mountainous Sandwich. It lived up to...More
We found this interesting timber frames cafe on the cirner if Grope Lane. Good vegan and vegetarian selection as well as some meat dishes. Staff were welcoming and advised us of waiter service at table. Chef kindly agreed to slight variation of menu to accommodate...More
Stumbled on this tea room which is now called Isaacs keep and very pleased we did. Huge portions of very tasty food and very good value. Lovely old building with furniture and atmosphere to suit and very friendly staff. Best choice of vegan and veggie...More
Nice little tea room, The food was really good and fresh. The triple decker (Mountain) was awesome and the milkshake was really tasty.
Nothing was overly priced. Good food at a good price. Will definitely return.
After finding out they offered vegan food, I went here for a friend and had the green platter. It was absolutely delicious, definitely one of the best vegan meals I've had at a cafe/restaurant. There's so many choices for vegans, including desserts, and they are...More
We have eaten here a couple of times now and please note that the name has changed to Isaac's Keep. The food is quite basic but unusual. Lots of vegan and vegetarian choices are on offer but there are also choices for meat eaters. Three...More