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Orangemabel in Stratford-on-Avon

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Based on 524 reviews found in 4 websites


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Probably the place to go for a coffee, food and cake during the day in alcester. Always busy and the cakes are amazing.
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26 October 2018
10.0
Lovely little tea shop, great scones.
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26 October 2018
10.0
Tuesday 17th July 18, We went to Alcester to go for breakfast at the ‘Orange Mabel’ tearoom.
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25 July 2018
10.0
Brilliantly run small cafe making local cyclists and runners alike very welcome. Excellent service and food. Sandwiches superb. Soup superb. Tidy floor level toilet. A1
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03 January 2019
10.0

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33 the Scullery

10/09/2018: This place looks most unpromising from outside but we'd booked so we went in. Inside it was fine - not particularly special but fine. Service was lovely: friendly and fast-enough. The menu was (mostly) lovely, making choice very difficult. Our selected dishes were lovely, and beautifully presented. The only reservation is the dessert menu. It focuses on very sweet dishes but we prefer tangy desserts. The desserts we chose were fine. Slightly pricey but fine for a more special meal. We'll be back
17/11/2018: This is home made food prepared simply and without pretentiousness and it’s very satisfying. The chicken livers are sublime; a Barnsley chop comes with a truly delicious bubble and squeak. The restaurant is cosy and incredibly friendly. It’s a 10 minute walk to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and opens at 5pm. Highly recommended.
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Loxley's Restaurant & Wine Bar

31/08/2018: This restaurant is one of the best in Stratford distinguished by excellent service and cuisine. For a pre-theatre meal it cannot be bettered. There are several higgledy-piggledy rooms any of which offers a cosy atmosphere. The tempura prawn starter was super as are their beef burgers. All their meat is locally sourced and wonderful. The stairs may prove a hindrance for those with limited mobility so be sure to book downstairs. Booking is essential to be sure of a place.
24/10/2018: Compared with the likes of Lamb’s and The Opposition, which have been around at least since 1979, Loxley’s towards the upper end of Sheep Street appears more like the new kid on the block. A wine bar as well as a restaurant it’s spread over a number of atmospheric rooms in a historic building. We were rather pushed for time having booked a table at 6pm but needing to get to the theatre down the road for a performance at 7.30pm. All credit to the restaurant that it was well equipped to ensure that we and many other diners were able to enjoy full two to three course meals of outstanding quality and still ensure we all got to the theatre well ahead of curtain up. As it was Tuesday my sister-in-law and I took advantage of an offer which gave us a complimentary bottle of wine when each ordering two courses including, of course, steak from a special menu. We shared a cote de boeuf, slices of ribeye cut from but including some meat still on the bone, all cooked medium rare to perfection with some diced greenery. We each accompanied it with a portion of skinny fries and peppercorn sauce but could have chosen chunkier chips, bearnaise or stilton sauce. My wife, meanwhile, had a particularly accomplished dish of breast and confit leg of duck with a carrot and swede purée served with potato rosti, beautifully presented on a wide black plate. Even my daughter’s sausages and mash from the bespoke children’s menu, was an exemplary dish, the quality of the sausages announced by their exquisite porky aroma and the addition of chantenay carrots. Desserts of semifreddo with blood orange sorbet, Pannacotta and creme brûlée brought a memorable meal to its conclusion. Service was both friendly and efficient throughout.

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