Six of us dropped in at Brunchtime to the wholesome home cooked food. Everyone polished the plates off and enjoyed their food. A nice rustic cafe
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A very relaxing and friendly place to eat. We sampled the tapas menu well and truly, sampling the regular tapas and the specials. A great selection of beer, wine, cider and sherry. Great service and atmosphere
This is a cafe with an extensive range and plenty of vegetarian meals as well. Dog and children friendly, fresh food which was excellent, super atmosphere and very busy. Pleasant service
We went for breakfast with the dogs, they are dog friendly which is a plus but we were not made to feel welcome. We spend over £45 on breakfast and not once did get any pleasantries. The breakfast itself was very average with the beans...More
Moving house we decided to stop for breakfast here before our short move to another part of Hay! We were not disappointed.
We visited on a busy Saturday. Our daughter was in a wheelchair following a recent operation so we were having difficulties finding somewhere suitable. The Granary was busy and so we were hanging about outside wondering what to do, and a member of staff came...More
The menu is vast and this place caters for snacks to full on family means. The food itself was okay, the setting quaint and service came with a smile. It was very overpriced though, which I suspect is as much to do with the fact...More