Welcome to Rafikis! We are a small independent licenced cafe, serving all day brunches, daily changing lunch specials, homemade cakes, and excellent coffees, beers and wines. You can also grab a freshly made smoothie, a tumeric latte, a matcha green tea or something else from a wide range of drinks to have in or away.
Rafikis is a place for people to gather. A place with heart for wandering souls who have made a home in Devon or are just passing through. We welcome you all!
All the food and drink served is guaranteed to be produced locally in the South West. Taste of the West @ Seaton Jurassic, is the first of a new Taste of the West franchise that will run throughout the West Country. Among the suppliers for the café is Hogs Bottom Garden Delights from Lifton, West Devon, which produces jam for the cream teas. Clotted cream is supplied by Trewithen Dairy from Lostwithiel, Cornwall and coffee is roasted in Seaton itself by The Coffee Factory.
The café is open from 9:30am – 4:30pm, to people visiting Seaton Jurassic and also to the general public; serving breakfasts, lunches, snacks and teas.
Breakfast is served until 11:30am, and lunch is served from 12pm – 2:15pm.
The award winning tea rooms provide not only cream teas but a varied menu using locally sourced produce where possible with nearly all food made on the premises. We specialise in homemade scones, cakes, soups, quiches and chutneys along with delicious Cornish pasties, cheeses, jams, fish (caught fresh from local waters) and our own beef and lamb. We also have vintage china to hire for your own special occasion.
Our tearoom is open to both garden & non garden visitors. Teas, cofees, hot chocolate & various cold drinks are available together with Cornish cream teas and other bakery goods. At lunchtimes we serve homemade soups, quiches & salad made using our own & local produce. We are also licenses to sell local beers & wine.
Our head Chef, Darren Beare, presents award-winning dishes from fresh Cornish produce. Sample our authentic Cornish menu created with local flair and imagination. Whether a traditional Cornish Cream Tea, Miner's Platter based on a traditional steak pasty recipe or Trawlerman's Crib using locally caught seafood all of our dishes reflect Cornish quality and our desire to serve the best ingredients that the county has to offer. The Sunday Carvery is particularly popular and bookings are recommended.The Cornish Pantry Restaurant is situated on the iconic visitor site of Cornwall Gold and customers are free to browse the site’s extensive collection of jewellery and range of visitor/family attractions.
Hillbrush has been manufacturing cleaning equipment in Mere, Wiltshire, since 1922 and have received a Royal Warrant for our products.
In April 2017 we opened our visitor centre, Visit Hillbrush. Our centre incorporates a gift shop of cleaning and personal grooming products and various concession products on offer, our amazing restaurant that utilises locally sourced ingredients for all our delicious dishes and accompanying drinks. After you have tucked into our local speciality dishes, step back in time and look around our interactive brushmaking museum that shows the journey of Hillbrush and what is involved to produce our cleaning tools. We are the perfect venue for families looking for activities in Wiltshire, or travellers looking for a comfortable, friendly stop. We offer electric car charging, loyalty cards and gift vouchers.
Our friendly team at Visit Hillbrush are dedicated to delivering outstanding service to all our customers. Not only do the team enjoy what they do, but they also exceed at it. Read about our Head Chef James and how his journey led him to Visit Hillbrush here.
Crowns Cafe is on the edge of the REME base in Lyneham, serving the staff working on the base, the museum and members of the general public.
In a relaxed atmosphere, you can enjoy breakfast rolls, pastries, homemade cakes, cookies, scones, fresh Barista coffees, tea and cold drinks.
We open from 9.30 until 16.00 Monday to Saturday. Hot food is served between the hours of 9.30 and 14.30, including freshly made sandwiches, baguettes, Paninis, children’s menu and changing daily lunch specials.
Scrummy afternoon teas at the Strawberry Line Tea Rooms. We serve delicious light and airy sandwiches, and tea in china tea cups. Home baked goodies for our customers, sourcing from local businesses wherever we can.
At Trebah Kitchen, our meals always include fresh fruit and vegetables, whole grains and seeds. We like to use herbs and spices to flavour, rather than salt. Where possible we use healthy oils, rather than butter and fats, and all fats are low saturated.
We engage with suppliers from the immediate community. We use local seasonal ingredients, our meats are ethically reared, fish is always sustainable and our eggs are free range.
We strive to be aware of, and make provision for, as wide a variety of dietary requirements as possible.
We hope that our marketing reflects and emphasises our ethos and above all we do our utmost to be honest.