I have been an occasional visitor to Bordar Cafe Masham for many years. It's a really nice place to aim for when I'm out on my bike, or somewhere to stop for a tea and a sandwich when I'm passing.
Went there today with the missus. We both had tea and something to eat.
A cheese and tomato sandwich cost over a fiver!
Ok maybe they could get away with this if it was lovely bread or special cheese or had something else attached like "home made" chutney, but it didn't. Sadly this expensive snack is a single smallish sandwich made with cheap ready sliced bread (just like the cheapest stuff you can buy in any supermarket) with a scant sprinkling of grated cheddar (also indistinguishable from the cheapest stuff you can buy in the supermarket) and some slices of hard flavourless tomato (guess what... Just like the cheapest ones you can buy in any supermarket.)
When I went to the counter to pay I was shocked by the price - I think it was £5.25.
Ok it's a nice place and lovely to sit outside in the summer, but get real!
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