Have stayed on Bryher on 2 previous occasions and was originally dissapointed with a rather lukewarm welcome.... however much better this time, only had a drink and crisps but vast improvement on previous visit 2 years ago....
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I wanted a nice pause before taking the boat but found nothing I fancied in this cafe, no cake except a single piece of industrial carrot cake. happily I found the Vine Cafe. But if you want to sit outside, the fraggle Rock will be...More
on the small island of Bryer a cafe with good coffee and cake. The menu looked wonderful and comprehensive for a place away from the crowds. Well worth popping in .
Called in for excellent coffees on our walk around the island, charming service. An interesting specials menu was in evidence.
We visited several times during our week long stay on Bryher - either for coffee, lunch or ice creams. On each occasion our experience was first rate - a very relaxed little bar with an excellent selection of food and drinks. The staff seemed to...More
How very kind you are, look forward to your returning! Thanks! Chris
Came with my teenage son on a glorious, sunny Sunday, having walked up to the northern tip of Bryher to fish off the rocks, unsuccessfully. Hungry and thirsty we came for a drink and lunch. Whitebait, jar of prawns, garden salad - all fresh and...More
Thanks for the lovely review, sorry about the long wait for coke, its an age thing! Cheers Chris
Ate here a few times and food always good. Great little place with a really good chef. Gets really busy, especially fish and chips night. Recommend the fish and chips and we had calamari that was great too.
Thanks for the review, I should point out that we also do a much more relaxed sit down only, no takeaway, fish and chip night on Monday's. Booking essential.