All I can really say is i had a fabulous sandwich , it was so good theres nothing more to say apart from fabulous.
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Dropped in for a bit mid-way through a day's cycling. Ordered bacon bap, espresso and a slice of cake. Outstandingly good bap with loads of crispy bacon on a light fluffy roll, coffee was very strong and hot, and cake was a tasty home-made delight....More
A delightful, friendly village store near Goodwood racecourse selling all manner of daily essentials including a variety of the most delicious fresh bread. The tearoom offers a tempting selection of made to order sandwiches & even more tempting cakes - wonderful little gem!
A nice little tearoom, which doubles as a village store. The weather was fine and we were able to sit outside. There was a lovely casual atmosphere and we really felt welcome. We asked for 'tea for 4' and got 4 individual teapots adorned with...More
We sat outside: the weather was lovely, the crockery was pretty, the tea pots had tea-coseys. The tea was hot. The cakes were generous and very moreish. The price was fair. The service was polite. What's not to like?
I've driven by the sideroad to the stores many times but never have ventured down. A late morning call for coffee (and cake), however led to a teeny and supposedly swift (one hour later) diversion to recharge! Well what a find. I suppose that the...More
A VERY nice tearoom, with gorgeous fresh sandwiches and homemade cakes. A lovely atmosphere and I adore the shabby chic theme within the tearoom. VERY clean. On a sunny day, seating is outside. . . its a gorgeous sun trap! Our dog 'Poppy' loves visiting...More
Very nice tea room, great atmosphere, with super cakes and sandwiches well worth a visit, been a few times and will return
Similar to being on a film set the seats outside let you in on the quiet tranquility of rural England at its finest. Not only is this a very useful shop but it's a superb cafe and sells booze and magazines. The staff are friendly...More
It is well worth turning off the main road through West Dean to visit the village shop and tea rooms. Very friendly and helpful staff brought tea out to our car as my disabled mother had problems walking. Lovely fresh pot of tea and tempting...More