Excellent value for money. Food was really tasty and the staff friendly too. Would definitely visit again.
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What can I say,hillz fm radio booked to have our xmas party at Simmer down...the food served to us DJs & Presenters was nothing short of delicious,piping hot with delightful flavours and spices...a treat indeed...the service...second to none...thank you Keith Fabrique
as far as I know, this is the only WestIndian restaurant in the Coventry area as opposed to a take away. The food is authentic and tastes great. portions are generous and the prices are very reasonable. Only open Thursday to Saturday but if you...More
We had a Groupon voucher and visited at 8.15 on Saturday evening. (Don't be put off by the hordes drinking outside, just keep wading through!) The cafe is what you first see but we were taken quickly through to the dining area - small, clean...More
While you enjoy a cuppa or some food you can get to read about the origins of the Two Tone scene in Coventry and see how many names you can recognise on their wall of fame.
I have only eaten in the 2 Tone Cafe and can say that it is the best cafe I have eaten in. The Full English is really nice and good value. You can get a good fry up elsewhere but not the really freindly welcome,...More
Lovely clean restraunt staff were friendly ,professional and couldn't do enough for us the chef even came out to see how our food was and discussed how the food was made and even what she put in it the meal was fantastic thank you
The staff are lovely and really accommodating. The food was fantastic and we couldn't believe how cheap it was. Breakfast in the Cafe was also fantastic - try the jerk sausage.
We were visiting from New York, very excited to see the Coventry Music Museum and the 2-Tone trail. We assumed that the cafe would be like so many cafes and restaurants tagged onto a popular tourist attraction. Turns out the cafe was one of our...More
The small breakfast is small but it only costs £2.50 and was tasty. It is opposite the entrance to the Coventry music museum. That is worth a visit at only £2.