The veg garden is full of stuff. The walled garden is a picture.
1 weeks ago
Truly seasonal menus means there's always something new to try.
One small annoyance, unlike other cafes with a similar ordering system (you order at the counter, get a number and your food is brought to you) your hot drinks are made then and there when you place your ordee, so you can't order a tea and have it made at the end of your meal or when your meal arrives. If you want it later, you need to go place a new order, which means you have to stand in line behind everyone also ordering food just to get that cup of coffee or tea. Slightly off-putting considering other cafes do this in a better way (either producing a separate slip or a token).
Their main meals are where they shine and the cafe is in a beautiful setting. If you go on a Friday before 2pm, there's a small market (5 or 6 stalls) with fresh organic fruit & veg, local meat, olives, oils, bread etc.
2 months ago
Beautiful way to spend an afternoon with my 1 year old. Relaxing and intruging for both parents and children. Wonderful facility to have in a large built up area. Good value for what it cost also. We spent 2.5 hours there and could have stayed for longer. Tip is to bring your own food. Lots of picnic tables and at weekends it seems lots of queues for food and it is not cheap.
4 days ago
We loved the experience, kids enjoyed the visit to the farm, played in the playground built in nature! And finally the local food market 🙌 it's a nice plan to spend your morning with the family.
The gardens are lovely and fantastically well maintained, however I was expecting much more from the farm section which was disappointing. There were very few animals and all were too far away for any meaningful interaction with the children. The €12 entrance fee per adult is high and I doubt we’ll be back as a result. Unfortunately the takeaway coffee was cold and our pastries were somewhat stale.