We came across this little gem after taking a wrong turn and decided to have our dinner there. The food was very good quality and perfectly cooked. I also had the homemade cheesecake for dessert which was delicious. We will certainly eat at this cafe again and highly recommend it.
Tiny waiting room can get a bit nerve-wracking when full and you may have to wait ages to be seen....but it's worth it for the care and attention your pet receives! A friendly laid-back atmosphere with lovely nurses. I once had a cat that was in overnight, causing some concern due to his poor response to treatment and got phone calls as late as 10pm keeping me up-to-date.A shame they are moving out of the town centre soon (to Wylds Rd) but I hope they keep small and friendly.
Awful service, 3 years on still have windows which do not open. Arrogant installer who refuses to come back and put anything right. Rreal slipshod work by a work shy installer
Former bus office turn to cafe shop. Very poor acoustic and poorer ventilation. One would smelt like a burned bacon or whatever is being ordered at the moment.
Cappuccino cost just £1.60 with free amaretti biscuit. It has a good froth. The teaspoon needs another 3 cycles in the wash or a good scrub….. Or do not bother stirring.
Don’t know the state of the loo. Thank God the electronic door gets stuck sometimes to lessen the greasy air.
Can wait for the bus to come! 1.5 hours more to go.
This is the worst pub i have ever dined in. my friends and myself booked up for a meal Saturday 2 April i ordered a curry which was cold and a size meal for a child. my partner ordered a large cod and chips which the cod was over cooked out of a freezer which they said all of their meals are freshly cooked. our friends ordered potato and broccoli bake which was reconstituted from the previous day. they could not spell Bridgwater properly on their typed out menu, which is not a good thing to look at if you come from Bridgwater. it is properly due to the manager and his partner come from Ireland. when we complained the manager said we complained before we haven't been in the pub since february and we found out they only moved in march they were very rood . don't use the pub until they get good manager.
I visited this pub last evening with my wife and my 2 daughters (16 & 20) plus a friend of my eldest daughter - it was my eldest daughters birthday. The manageress was as cold as it was outside...looking down her nose at us as we approached the bar she never even spoke...waiting for me to commence ordering drinks as she continued to scrutinize our party.As she placed the bottle of WKD on the bar, I asked if we could please have a glass with that - which she totally ignored asking, 'would you like ice with the coke'. I then ignored her and repeated, could we have a glass with that please. In silence she reached for a glass, still ignoring the fact that I had spoken to her and repeated again, would you like ice with that....I have never felt so unwelcome.A little while later after we had decided what we were going to eat I went to the bar to order the food.Upon arriving at the bar, I told the barman that I would like to order food please, to which he replied, of course.I then ordered the food, was told the total and offered my 'card' to pay the bill - to which the barman then says, 'sorry, the card machine is broken, we can only accept cash'. Surely you would tell customers that BEFORE they ordered...not wait 'til 5 meals have been ordered, added up and then say we can only accept cash - absolutely abismal.I walked away from the bar in disgust and my wife ended up going to a cashpoint to pay - had it not been for the fact that we had just ordered drinks, we would have left and gone elsewhere. Better off at KFC, Burger King, McDonalds, Subway or any other greasy spoon will do, if you want better service than The Cornhill offers.I wouldn't even use this place if I just needed a loo...ONE redemption - the food was relatively good.
After being given the run-around by pubs saying they do food when they don't, mainly because they are up for sale and the owners don't care any more(what is it with this bit of Somerset?), we ended up at the Pipers Inn. I have passed this many times but never tried it, it looking a bit uninteresting from the outside - impersonal looking on a busy road, etc. My mistake, very friendly and comfortable, it will be a regular stop from now on. It is slightly odd inside, a bit like a hotel foyer pretending to be a pub and very big, with the very comfortable chairs (as unlike pub chairs as you can imagine) and tables looking a bit sparse. the beer was great, the food good, not over large portions but adequate and the chips were stunningly good.