Love Blue Sky Cafe, visit here every time I’m in Bangor! Coffee is lovely and tea is made with loose leaves. Brownie is to die for! Also the pink lemonade is delicious if you prefer a cold drink. Cosy little cafe in high demand. 5*
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Had the Rarebit with honey roasted ham. God awful. Ham was raw and tasteless and the rarebit was overpowered by mustard so I could not taste anything else. Wife had the Baba Ganoush which looked like prison food. Student who made it surely wasn't studying...More
Brecwast flasys iawn yma eto - Diolch yn fawr! A lovely breakfast here again, Diolch! Had the Cowboy breakfast - perfect starter and lovely tea.
We visited one morning and had a specialty tea. The pot was kept warm with one of their tea light warmers. The venue was crowded with teenagers and their families on the morning of the A level results. The food looked well cooked and interesting....More
We love indy cafes, with style, supporting local, using great spaces, with friendly folk, great coffee, great food, who care about green issues. Dropped in here thinking it sounded our kind of place, it was, we loved it. 10/10 😄👍
The breakfast is gorgeous and well-cooked (not at all greasy). I loved the atmosphere and the service was good. I will try and go again in an evening to watch some live music.
For ages the family have urged us to go, so we went for breakfast. This was a very impressive little cafe. Very rustic and certainly with the accent on organic. What a breakfast!! You really need to be hungry before going!! Can't recommend it highly...More
Once the venue of choc full to the rafters popular spoken word nights, by night the Blue Sky Cafe is now the place for authentic folk bands and live comedy. By day it's bench seats and wooden tables which flicker with quirky romantic candles, can...More
This Place is a hidden Gem, tried to get in may times but it is always full, The Burgers are one of the best I have had, will definitely be back.