Superb little spot on the pier in Bangor. Lovely welcome and the best seafood chowder and rarebit wit views to die for. Great experience and we will be back. Gus, Amanda and Harrison. We will send our regards to Luddenden.
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What a gem of a cafe , owner and helper really friendly, great choice of food for the smallest cafe in Wales, and the view was spectacular, based in the pier at Bangor this is really worth a visit and very reasonable prices. Will definitely...More
Thank you so much for your kind remarks it was a grand day for every one Please come and see us again
We found the Whistlestop Cafe as we wanted somewhere out of the rain. What a find! We meant to just have a cup of coffee but ended up ordering pancakes and Ice cream. I wish we had been there for lunch as the guests that...More
Thank you so much for this. Oliver and Cai have been helping me from time to time this summer and I'm really glad they've both embraced helpful communication with our customers They've become pretty good cooks as well
Well we popped in and did not realise it was as cafe ! Good for a sandwich and a coffee but no lunch or dinner menu just Chowder ,personally not worth the walk ,nice people though. .
Being very disappointed with the tea rooms being shut, we came across the whistlestop on the way back down the pier. Really glad the tearoom was shut, the lads behind the counter were so friendly, we had a huge mug of coffee and some really...More
The kids were busy at zipworld - the adults escaped to Bangor. We hadn't planned to go to the town, let alone the pier. But what a discovery! It was like meeting an old friend for the first time! Two chowders (so delicious), two scuffins...More
Thank you so much That's what the Whistlestop is all about Watch the film Fried green tomatoes at the Whistlestop Café that's what we try to do (Not the tomatoes !!)
Such a lovely little cafe situated right at the end of the pier. We were greeted with a warm smile as we ventured through the door. Nothing was too much trouble as we ordered drinks as the kids wanted hot chocolate. Some with cream and...More
If you are in Bangor pop in to this wonderful little cafe on the pier. The fish chowder is amazing and the owner has a wealth of local knowledge and is happy to chat as long as you want to.
Thank you for your kind remarks Its always a pleasure to meet and chat to new customers in the whistlestop
Always call when we go to Bangor great food, & really friendly gentleman who owns it. Bought fresh home baked bread there today & sat inside for other good food to eat there & then.
Thank you for sharing your experience at the Whistle stop Its name was inspired by the story of Fanny Flag and the Film Fried green tomatoes at the Whistlestop Café I hope we've created just a smidgen of the fellowship that seemed to live there