Plenty of food on the breakfast. Staff friendly and polite. Prices are cheap for a seaside town. Will be back next time
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We started our day with a breakfast which was very nice and well worth the money and when we went back the following day they remember us. This café has a very friendly atmosphere
We were staying at a local hotel and popped in here for breakfast. The cafe was busy, so were the staff, but they were also a little curt when we asked for a table. There was a good choice for breakfast and considering they were...More
I have been here a few times now. I have enjoyed most things from a breakfast to a bacon sandwich. A tea and a scone. I have never been disappointed. Excellent friendly service and the food is always tasty and great value for money too.
I used to visit the Idris Cafe in the 70's and 80's as a child with my parents, so I was delighted to see that it is still thriving, unspoilt and still serving the tasty breads, cakes and pastries like it always did. Will be...More
On Wednesday, Hubby and I stopped to look at the tempting window display of this bakery. We decided to go inside where even more delights were on offer. We chose a large custard tart to take home which cost just £1.60. There was a nice...More
My partner and I popped in on Wednesday having passed it a couple of times on the way to Pwllheli. My partner is born and bread WELSH and I have lived and worked in Wales for over 25 years. Never have I felt the feeling...More
Having visited this bakery a few times in the past for some sandwiches and cakes that have always been lovely we decided to visit again for some food on the way down to the beach. We wanted 8 tuna sandwiches but there was only 1...More
Went in with my wife to have a snack and the soup was lovely and home made. All the cakes seemed to be just as I remembered them so a nice nostalgia visit too. Lovely friendly ladies complemented our visit.