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“Absolutely delightful...”

Alice's Village Cafe
Ranked #1 of 16 Restaurants in Carp
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Contemporary
Dining options: Breakfast
Restaurant details
Dining options: Breakfast
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This little town offers big time rewards. We spent 5 hours at the Diefenbunker Museum just down the street and stopped here for coffee and lunch. What a treat. Friendly staff and fabulous fresh food...and they make coffee better than Star...ks. You can eat inside or out, arrive by car, bike or foot...but do go there!

Thank dgray002
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The food is good but overpriced. You order at the cash and then find your table. Easy for the waitress but not fun when the place is busy.

Thank Iris D
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Reviewed 28 April 2018 via mobile

Second lunch here this week so that says something. Alice’s Cafe has personality and charm. The menu offers many interesting and unique options. It’s hard to choose! Harvest salad and wrap are both great! Today we enjoyed and shared two different paninis. One was beef and mushroom, the other was chicken and avocado. Lots of other goodies in both. Fun to share.

Thank Carolyn G
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Reviewed 21 April 2018

Breakfast here is quite good. Nice presentation. Hearty bread. Good options. Slight twist on typical breakfast places in that fresh greens and fruit and high end coffee on offer plus lots of baked on premise goodies. The service though is hit or miss. Sometimes really good -attentive, pleasant other times it is borders on rude. Have had breakfast and lunch here a few times and the food is consistently good. When the service matches the food it is a very nice experience. When the service is off I always feel like I wasted my money.

Thank Sunsequitur
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Reviewed 30 March 2018 via mobile

This is an interesting little village eatery, I like the inside brick walls, the pendant lighting, assorted wooden tables, and interesting menu. I had breakfast and I really like the way they do the hash browns dusted with raw spring onion, and the sausage patties. Very beautiful, well presented, tasty, love their multi grain toast. Large array of coffee choices. My cappuccino with extra whip cream was very good. They have some beautiful baked goods, I had the cupcake that looks like a rose on top. I would not say it was that moist but it probably has to be how it is in order to hold up all the icing on top. ***Notes for other handicap travelers… There is not a handicapped labelled parking spot, but there are seven parking spots right outside the building and the closest is about 10 feet to the door maybe even a little less. They do have handicapped door buttons which was impressive !! There is a step up from the road to the curb then the rest is fine. Was a little worried when I saw that you had to stand to order but there are chairs to sit down and wait should it be too long to a line. Fortunately they do bring your order to your table. You will see signage pointing downstairs to washrooms, don't panic there is a wheelchair accessible washroom on the first floor. From a mobility standpoint really it is fine. The one problem is that it is very very loud. If you were with somebody that is hard of hearing it will be a problem. They need somehow to muffle the sound. I am not hard of hearing but may not go back just because it was almost deafening and not relaxing. If I owned the place I would try to build some partitions to reduce the sound. I do like how there are chairs just inside the door, and also on the patio so that you can take rest stops on the way back to your car if you do have mobility issues. Interesting place and worth at least one visit.

Thank Anne A
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