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One of the highlights of our trip to bath. Had a lovely greeting from the man and lady serving.
We had scoured Bath for a chocolate milkshake and unexpectedly came across this gem of a cafe just as we'd given up. They had a great...More
Date of visit: July 2018
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DarcysofBath, Owner at Darcy's News Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 4 August 2018
Thank you so much for taking the time to write this wonderful review, it really is very much appreciated. I am so glad that you enjoyed your Darcy’s experience. We really look forward to your return! Many thanks, Rachel
We popped in here for refreshments after lots of walking around Bath on a glorious day. I had the home-made sausage roll (a meal in itself) which was meaty and extremely tasty - it's got to be up there at the top of my sausage...More
What a little delight! Best cooked breakfast I’ve had in years! The cafe is ran by a lovely lady who clearly works very hard as she’s always darting round to serve her customers. But that breakfast though, wow!
Six of us popped in for breakfast....two vegetarians. The food was amazing and the promise of all vegetarian food being very separately prepared and cooked.
Also the best coffee of our visit to bath. Plus super friendly service....all good.
Popped in here with 15 minutes to spare before an appointment and had a great coffee and croissant. The lady server warmed my croissant without being asked and the cakes and breakfast and lunch menus looked tempting. The atmosphere is pleasant and relaxing. Such a...More
Newspapers on the left, and on the wallpaper.
I sat at the bar looking out at the street and the smiley lady brought my espresso over. Decent espresso.
Mr Darcy works next door, at the Jane Austen house. I dare say he pops in now...More
We came here today after exploring Jane Austen museum. This was a great lunch destination. We had coffees, 1/2 chicken and cranberry sandwich with butternut and potato soup. What a great on a cold afternoon.
So glad we found Darcys, the coffee was tasty and the carrot cake the best we have ever tried. All the food looked so good we will be visiting again to try some more. Very friendly and a great customer service. Thank you.
Having had a poor experience in the centre of Bath the day before at one of the big coffee shops, it was great to find this small independent cafe next to Royal Victoria Park.
A good quality, unpretentious lunch and enjoyable chat with the owners....More