Stopped by for lunch. I had ploughmans lunch followed by cream tea. Great value for money and a cosy atmosphere with the lovely wood burner. Friendly staff ☺
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Lovely home made soup and warm bread roll! Need I say more. Rest of menu looked really good, shame I was only looking for a light lunch. Reasonably prices too.
We had just done a beautiful 10 mile walk on Dartmoor. We stopped at the Wayside Cafe for some lunch. The menu was great, the pasties yummy followed by homemade apple and rhubarb crumble. All served by a friendly, chatty lady. The Cafe has a...More
We went there for a Devon cream tea, and we were not disappointed, great home made scones, friendly service and although they were busy we were made to feel an individual.
We sat outside with the dog in a delightful garden with a great atmosphere. The cafe itself was clean and pleasant. I had the Sunday roast , which was beef, yorkshire, two roast potatoes, peas, carrots and cabbage. My wife had a toasted cheese and...More
Was recommended Cafe by a friend who had visited and we were not disappointed. Very friendly staff with great service. Sat outside and enjoyed a lovely cream tea and toasted teacake. As scones were not warm asked for them to be and this was no...More
We visited Widecombe in the Moor on a very wet day, so fancied cheering up with a traditional cream tea. We saw the tea pot sign and thought it looked charming. This visit cheered us up and filled us up. The scones, jam and cream...More
We visited this ‘tea room’ last week (late Jun ’17) and were very disappointed. We wanted a cream tea with fruit scone. What we got was pitiful - the scone was tiny! and nothing like what is on offer everywhere else we have been. It...More
Nearly drove past but did a u turn when we spotted a sign for a veggie roast and I'm glad we did. Both roasts (a veggie and non-veggie) were delicious, as were the cream tea and homemade crumble. The staff were friendly and at under...More
Widecombe in the Moor is one busy place and looked a bit too touristy and we were about to drive past when we spotted the Wayside. Excellent lunch and one of the best pasties I had during our stay - Ploughmans was a treat with...More