Really enjoyed dining at flat white with the family. Great atmosphere, queue a little long but always excellent food!
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This café is within a court yard with a path which leads down to the river. The court yard has tables and seats. It is very pleasant within the court yard. The café is quirky and unusual. The staff were excellent and very speedy in...More
Flat white is a bit of a Durham institution and there is a perpetual line of well-off students and their parents waiting in line outside for a table (it doesn't take bookings). To be fair, they turn things around fairly quickly so you are unlikely...More
Lovely independently owned cafe in beautiful building. We called in mid morning in a stopover to Northumberland We had to queue fo 15 mins but well worth it . Freshly prepared food , well presented and great tasting coffee. Very good value for such good...More
Bagels are great, lots of cakes coffee and tea, froendly. Definitely worth a visit. There is also a flat white kitchen for more substantial plates (don't know if they are owned by the same people)
Probably the best brunch I’ve ever had! I’m gluten free and this place was literally perfect. I had the gluten free Eggs Royale and my partner had the normal Eggs Benedict. Both were delicious and the poached eggs are amazing!! I also had the lemon...More
Went here for breakfast only done sandwich s so ordered two sausage and a bacon sandwich . Bacon over cooked sausages bit skinny no garnish just a sandwich coffee black and a orange juice. £20.75! Very disappointed with food took 40 minutes to serve ....More
We went here just for a cup of tea which was very nice and beautifully presented. Some people were eating and the food looked amazing. When we left there was a queue so it is obviously extremely popular.
Flat white..latte...white hot chocolate..Rocky road...soup...lemon cake..avocado on toast... So many amazing things to try! Polite staff and a lovely atmosphere me and my partner visit nearly every week.
A few weeks ago, my friend and I decided to plan a daytrip to Durham. As we'd heard so much about the Flat White, we thought it would be good to stop by and see it for ourselves. First of all, we got there quite...More