Busy enough for a hidden place, but that means it must be good. They were out of quiche but then a lady from the back came to tell I could have a piece in 10-15min if I wanted. Fresh as can be. They make everything...More
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Charming, cosy interior, with mismatched chairs and old wooden tables (some made out of old sewing machine tables). Wonderful selection of freshly-baked cakes, sandwiches, delicious soups. The banoffee pie is legendary! My favourite café.
We were in Durham for the Lumiere and having done an initial walk of the city centre to get our bearings, we decided to have refreshments and managed to find a table in the courtyard at Vennels. There was an expected queue at the service...More
Watch out for the signs as it is tucked up an alley. In an old building it is spread over a couple of floors. It is very atmospheric and we enjoyed it. We had hot chocolate and Rocky Road, which were both great. There were...More
We have been in this cafe a few times,we had tea and a bacon bun which was great.Plenty of bacon in a lovely fresh soft bun if this bun had been a car it would have been a rolls Royce.
I have visited this cafe a couple of times, it can get busy even though there are numerous area's to sit. Lots of the food is on display ( its more or less self service ) and the range is very good from baked potatoes,...More
This is a great traditional cafe situated off the Main Street of Durham centre If you are visiting or a local you really must seek this place out Quiche as is all good made fresh on premises. Lovely tasting quiche of the day, pastry nice...More