We visited Friar Tuck this morning for breakfast before Stonehenge. It’s a no frills cafe but the breakfast was lovely, really hearty portions and the waitress was really friendly and helpful.
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I visited this café recently. I ordered a standard breakfast, which was plentiful and not very costly. It was really tasty. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The only downside is that there are no parking areas outside the café. I did, however, find...More
We found the food of a poor offering - greasy over cooked and even burnt. We left 90%. I would not recommend this cafe. Perhaps the smell outside of the burning fryer oil should have been a warning. Enter if you dare!
If ever I'm travelling on the A303 and on the Amesbury stretch I always make a break for a meal or just a coffee at The Friar Tuck, last visited with friends on a journey West, we had a great English breakfast, all served hot...More
Always come here for breakfast when I'm visiting Wiltshire, staff are very friendly and breakfast is always cooked to my liken, big portions sees you all day until evening meal :)
Three breakfasts ordered with hot drinks very few people in cafe .By the time breakfast turned up the hot drinks were long gone.Breakfast arrived generous portion however not hot enough bacon under cooked bland flavourless cheap food,condiments disgustingly unclean and needed filling.Young staff whom it...More
The welcome and the service was superb, it's clear that this is a busy cafe with members of staff working superbly together as a team... the quality of food is good it's hot and inexpensive ... I found OZ and Debbie very obliging indeed... I...More