Excellent croissants, average cappuccino. Plenty of space to sit, fast service. Good addition to Hanover.
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Okay baked goods in large, spacious spot. Looks like it would be better suited to being a full scale restaurant rather than bakery that offers baked goods and hot drinks. Not cozy or warm at all.
Breakfast samdwiches on home made bread!!! OMG! Plus the Broccoli Spread, like a pesto, was delicious on a bacon egg and cheese breakfast sandwich...on toasted whole wheat! Companion tried the scones and loved, loved, loved the cranberry walnut scone.
My family and I were walking around Hanover looking for a coffee shop or café where we could sit. Umpleby's was perfect for our needs. We shared a fruit tart and some cookies. Definitely a nice little bakery.
Disappointed that items are not cooked to order, like ham and cheese croissant and they ran out quickly with no back ups and slim # of choices.
Not the friendliest staff, but excellent food. The chicken salad was chunks of chicken with delicious seasonings mixed in on fresh bread. A small pickle is the only side item included, but they do sell chips. The bakery also offers more upscale items. The peach almond tart was average. This is a counter service restaurant for ordering. Our food was... More
Atmosphere - Sitting outside in the summertime is very pleasant. The interior is a bit gloomy. Service - personable Very good cappuccino Egg and bacon mini-pie - very dry My wife's green salad w/ chicken salad scoop - serviceable Overall - a nice place to meet around coffee/beverages, but keep your food expectations in check.
Visited based on a favorable review by Yankee magazine. Several of our group purchased meat pies. All were very disappointed. Sausage was hard and flavorless. Chicken was better but none in our group were impressed. FYI, we brought pies home and reheated, but all in group had same poor result.
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