With a good range of all day breakfast/brunch options, I soon settled upon trying their waffles. I added maple syrup and sausages to round out the dish.
The very friendly counter woman was then about the task of preparing the items. She disappeared for rather a long time so was presumably running the whole operation solo. This was fine, but an extra pair of hands would have had service moving much more smoothly.
The place is completely charming so it was no surprise to see my dish arrive looking very smart of a fine china plate. The aroma from the sausages was deliciously herby, so I promptly tucked in.
The waffles could have been a touch crisper on the outside for my tastes, but they were nicely light. The sausages tasted as good as they smelled and the maple syrup brought the dish together well. I was very pleased with things.
So overall, I was mightily charmed by Garden Y Cafe. Slow service aside, it’s a lovely spot for a relaxing, inexpensive and tasty bite. I’d be happy to visit again and would recommend it to you.
Blythe scores Garden Y Cafe
4/5 for food
4/5 for presentation
3/5 for service
4/5 for setting
giving an overall 15/20
I ate: waffles with maple syrup and sausage
I drank: water
I wore: purple and white shirt
Total bill: £4.50