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“birthday tea”
Review of Beile Le Cheile - CLOSED

Beile Le Cheile
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Reviewed 15 June 2013

My daughters and enjoyed a lovely birthday tea at Beile le Cheile on a rainy Friday afternoon. We had planned on taking tea at another location, but after stumbling upon this sweet little cafe two days earlier we knew where we wanted to spend the afternoon! Our tea was scheduled for 3 p.m., and immediately upon entering the cafe we felt like we had walked into our cousins' home. We had our own pots of Earl Grey and Dingle Cream tea, 3 types of sandwiches: cucumber and cream cheese, egg salad, and smoked salmon--all delicious and enough to fill our bellies and make us question whether we wanted to attempt the sweets on our second tray! Our hostesses sang 'happy birthday' to my daughter with candles in her cupcake, making her feel like she was the most special person in the cafe. A lovely experience and we hope to return one day!

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Thank Kate O
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Reviewed 10 June 2013

We wandered into Beile le Cheile after parking outside the church and we were so glad we did!

We sat outside in the sunshine and enjoyed a glass of wine and our delicious food, which was extremely reasonably priced and our waitress was very friendly and helpful.

I'm not sure why there are so few reviews of Béile le Chéile, but I'm thinking it must be fairly new because it really is wonderful!

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Thank JannieSherlock
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Reviewed 3 June 2013

A lovely lunch, delightfully hospitable and very friendly. The homemade food was excellent and generously proportioned. The choice was very good, and vegetarian options were integral

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Thank hm999
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Reviewed 10 May 2013

Happened upon this gem on a cold March afternoon.
The welcome was as warm as the fire. Coffee and cup cakes were so blissful. Hard to leave and face the biting cold of the winter.They also do hot food and sandwiches.
I wish them continued success.

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Thank anne_G57
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Reviewed 8 May 2013

We made 2 visits. We arrived late and even though it was just about closing time we got a friendly smile and we were made feel welcome. After a long drive 2 delicious slices of orange and almond cake with a dark choc ganache icing and one of the nicest hot chocolates I had in a long time just started a lovely weekend. Husband enjoyed the coffee too. The menu for sandwichs and salads caught our eye and so the next day we decided to pop in for lunch. It was full which is a good sign and we treated ourselves to heated wraps with sweet potato with chirizo and feta cheese. We were curious what it would be like and it was just heaven. There is a great selection of breakfast, sandwichs and salads. A great selection of home made cakes. It has a lovely homily feel to the place and there is a lovely area for sitting outside.

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Thank Shazhod
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