Hebden bridge has yet to be discovered by the digital Qype revolution a blank canvas! And as such, I found myself spending a delightful Friday evening wandering around this small town looking for somewhere cosy, friendly, with great (non-vegetarian) food and a relaxed atmosphere, without the usual handy hints from my Qype family! Luckily for us, we discovered this place, which has only been open a few months. It ticked all the boxes and more. Great choice of music playing too. Starters sounded brilliant (grilled halloumi ~£4) but we didn't have room, mains were excellent (Wild boar sausages and mash ~£9, breaded feta with cous cous and watercress salad £10.50) and it was a difficult choice, they all sounded lovely. Can vouch for the coffee, but again, no room for desserts.
The waitresses were super friendly, helpful and gave us all the time and privacy we needed, couldn't have been better. Would definitely recommend this place if you visit hebden bridge for dinner, I thought there would be more restaurants to chose from, but they were thin on the ground, this place should flourish! Will definitely be going back :)
ps: sorry no photos, imagine big windows, with twinkly lights, solid wooden tables and candles so good.
Nice cafe situated on main road through Hebden Bridge. Food good but service chaotic, avoid on busy weekends. Our visit in January 2010 was ok, but not being greeted at the door by counter staff and overall frought nature of service wasn't that conducive to a relaxing lunch. Good selection of baby food was a plus and great tea and coffee and cakes. It could be so much better though with a bit more focus. Certainly food was healthy and fresh.
The best coffee in Hebden Bridge. Great cakes. Wonderful Club Sandwich. A place to chill during weekdays. Busy at weekends and lunchtimes. Staff are very helpful, courteous and knowledgeable.
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