Charlie Friday's Coffee Shop

Charlie Friday's Coffee Shop
Cafe and coffee shop in Lynton
17 Queen Street, Lynton, Devon, EX35 6AA
Opening hours: 9:00 - 17:00 (Mon - Sat), 10:00 - 16:00 (Sun), 18:00 - 23:00 (Thu / Fri evenings)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Superb coffee from Extract Coffee Roasters and a unique tea blend from Exmoor Tea Company


Fabulous food; the oak smoked mackerel on sourdough with horseradish sauce, followed by a slice of the banana, chocolate & peanut butter cake was the perfect pick-me-up for our north Devon coastal cycle ride


A superb selection of homemade, locally sourced breakfasts, lunches and cakes, changing each day


Cappuccino (£2.80), tea (£2.00), granola (£6.95), mushroom / spinach / garlic on sourdough (£7.00), Belgium waffle (£6.75), full English / veggie breakfast (£8.95), toasted teacake (£2.25), chilli nachos (£8.95), falafel & hummus board (£10.95), soup (£5.95), loaded fries (£7.95), makerel & horseradish bap (£8.75), stilton & walnut teacake (£4.95), Buddha bowl (£8.95), toastie of the day (£7.25), cakes (from £3.00)


There's limited racking just to the right of the cafe on Lydiate Lane


With plenty of seating inside, including in their hip basement, it’s an ideal stopping point for groups of all sizes


Located in the picturesque Victorian village of Lynton, we’re situated high above the equally scenic harbour village of Lynmouth and off the rugged Exmoor coastline. All around us you’re spoilt for quiet scenic Devon roads with the option to follow the coastline in either direction or head inland and explore the beautiful Exmoor National Park or nearby Quantock Hills

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A hip and award winning cafe found off the rugged Exmoor coastline in the vibrant Victorian village of Lynton, perched high above its twin harbour village of Lynmouth and linked by the famous Lynton & Lynmouth Cliff Railway. All food is homemade, fresh and locally sourced, served up inside their meticulously decorated cafe, a cosy welcome pitstop.

Brunch is served until 12, ranging from their full English breakfast with locally sourced bacon & sausage, to fresh berries, granola & yogurt; mushroom, spinach & wild garlic pesto on sourdough; Belgium waffle with cinnamon banana or oak smoked mackerel with poached egg on sourdough.

Lunch, all homemade, includes chilli nachos, chunky doorstep sandwiches, a falafel & hummus board, oak smoked mackerel & horseradish bap, stilton & walnut toasted teacake, Buddha bowls (rice, selection of veg and tahini sauce), vegan cashew & cream quiche and samosa pies.

For those with a sweet tooth, cakes change by the day where during our last visit we found a moreish banana, chocolate & peanut butter slice, alongside a vegan carrot & olive oil and gooey chocolate brownies.

Priding themselves on sourcing locall, suppliers include coffee roasted by Extract Coffee Roasters (Bristol), Combe Brewing Company (ale, Ilfracombe), Shaldon Bakery (bread, Teignmouth), Exmoor Tea Company (tea, Dulverton) and Ivan Clarke (butchers, Ilfracombe).

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