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A party of 17 had tour of Cathedral so before our tour of open treasure we had light lunch in cafe with 10per cent discount with open treasure tickets. It was busy we managed to find seats for everyone. I had home made soup with...More
Having inspected the Lego model of the cathedral (worth a visit), we had a delicious ham and cheese roll and pot of tea for lunch. They also had really fresh salads on offer and very interesting cakes. There is good access, including a lift, and...More
Called here for a midday snack and had an excellent Quiche and salad for £5.75 - very tasty! Everything was well presented, the staff were smiling and friendly and we retruned later for a cuppa and a cake.
After walking around the Cathedral you need the comfort break. Here it is, they have a nice selection of cakes and biscuits, also a selection of hot meals, all in pleasant surroundings. But as with any Attraction it is not cheap, but it is in...More
Visited Open Treasure Exhibition and then had afternoon tea at the restaurant. Cherry fruit fruit slice was dry and lacked flavour. Wife's plain scone resembled a crumbling clay brick; very dry and no flavour. Hope this is a one off as usually the food is...More
As a local I am used to the venue being busy, maybe this has changed since the franchise was reallocated? It was afternoon teatime and the cabinets were becoming run down, so maybe we had just missed the rush. Potential customers may also have been...More
I live in Durham but rarely visit the Undercroft restaurant in Durham Cathedral.
As it's at the heart of the tourist area in Durham, the Undercroft gets incredibly busy. The restaurant itself is quite small with tables tightly packed, making it difficult to move between...More