Helpful, happy and friendly staff. Very good range of tempting light lunches and incredibly good cakes. Excellent coffee, too! Will visit whenever in town. Thank you !
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Great find at the rear of the bookshop. This is a very popular venue so be prepared to make a 20 minute booking and use the time to look around Hay . It was well worth the wait as the food was very good ....More
We were visiting the bookshop, which reminded us rather of Livaria Lello in Porto - the inspiration for much of the architecture of Hogwarts in Harry Potter - seemingly miles and miles of floor to ceiling bookcases, tables with displays on; a warren like environment,...More
We were really excited to visit this bookshop because of its size renown and it really is impressive. A wide selection of both new and second hand books. It's a great looking place. We visited the cafe which was busy so looked around for 20...More
You can't book here and its popular so expect to have to wait for a table. Lunch is delicious and tea is also great as they usually have by far the best cake in town.
We arrived about 12.45pm, didn't have to queue. Ordered their coconut and red lentil soup which was absolutely delicious and served with hot toast and butter and enough to keep us going until dinner time. Finished it with a coffee, which again was excellent. The...More
We went for lunch and both service and food were a real delight. I was very disappointed to find that every single soft drink served was given a plastic straw. Nobody really needs a straw and even if they do perhaps it might be better...More
Very good food and service. Popular cafe, our names were taken at the door and we had to wait a mere ten minutes (easy to do as there are books galore to while away the time). A very good meal of a vegetarian tart and...More
Interesting place, an eating place at the back of a two floor bookshop. Old creaky floorboards meets new modern design. Anyway, food was good, veg pearl barley risotto tasty, but small portion. Tea for two served as it should be, loose leaf in a teapot....More