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Peggy Mays Cafe in New Forest

49A High Street New Forest
+44 23 8028 3290
8,4

Based on 312 reviews found in 2 websites


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Nice, quaint little cafe in the centre of Lyndhurst. Definitely got that ‘country’ feel to it. Nice atmosphere, decoration and table cloths / furniture etc. They also haven’t tried to crowd it too much with tables.
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08 January 2018
10.0
Dog friendly cafe, small but cute, pretty tablecloths, great service, good menu, great scones and tea, worth visiting.
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10 January 2018
8.0

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11/12/2017: Upon arrival our table was very sticky so we were moved to a clean one. The waitress had ripped black tights, which didn't give a good impression, though the service was good. I chose Brixham Crab to start, which was nice, though I wondered why they didn't serve local Lymington Crab.To follow I had Bouillabaisse which was good, though not like that served in France. My friend had Beef Fillet which was tender, but he couldn't taste any horseradish and the potatoes 'cooked in duck fat' were soft white squares - it certainly wasn't worth £28.50. Our bill was £80+ for two without dessert or wine! Sadly it wasn't as good as last year ...
13/12/2017: We had afternoon tea on a cold December day. Inside the cafe it was warm and cosy. The sandwiches were fresh and tasty as were the homemade blinis. There was a superb selection of cakes all homemade and delicious homemade scones jam and cream. A lovely touch were the home produced chocolates. The service was excellent and we were made so welcome.

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