Well they did not have the book I wanted. Hot chocolate and a chocolate square to eat. Really nice. Pretty empty at 3;00pm. People drink coffee, use the free wi-fi and read books at the comfy chairs and tables.
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I've liked the cafe in every Waterstone's I've been in. They're fairly good places to work, with a reasonable selection of tea/coffee etc. One downside is they can attract mums with kids who can make a bit of noise, and this one was no exception.
Ordered a coffee, tried to get a piece of cake, on display - and the sign said no food but still serving coffee and cake. Bloke says to woman serving us - can't have cake we've already done our stock take. Is this really the...More
When this place first opened there was table service, breakfasts and food was cooked on the premises. All of these have been taken away by a management that obviously doesn't understand quality customer service. The ambience is great and is very relaxing but there are...More
I remember this cafe as being well run and beautifully kept - also delicious food but now...... The whole place is shabby and neglected with ripped furniture . Staff not enthusiastic to please I returned my burnt tea cake but the waiter insisted it was...More
Visited here for a late afternoon snack with my wife, brother, sister in law and our three children (aged 8-12). Great place to relax and review some of our purchases. Their is plenty of room to spread out with comfortable seating and modern decor -...More
I had a hot mug of red mulled wine to start with = which went down a treat. I then had a bowl of tomato soup to keep me warmed up and a toasted cheese and ham panini with fries to finish things off. Very...More