Cafe and coffee shop in Caerleon
29 High Street, Caerleon, Newport, Gwent, NP18 1AE
Opening hours: 8:00 - 16:00 (Mon - Sat), 10:00 - 16:00 (Sun)
 Vegetarian  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Their great coffee comes curtesy of Coaltown Coffee Roasters in nearby Ammanford


The salt beef sourdough sandwich was delicious!


Fab selection of changing brunch and lunch delights much of which features their delicious sourdough. The cakes are all homemade and change by the day too!


Cappuccino (£3.30), tea (£2.50), smashed avocado on toast (£7.00), quiche (£7.50), buttermilk pancakes (£7.50), salad bowls (from £8.00), sourdough sandwiches (from £7.00), cakes (from £3.00), tray-bakes (from £2.00), Welsh cakes (£1.00)


There's no bike racking sadly due to it's location within the High Street. The nearest is at the car park to the left at the Olde Bull Inn


There's a good number of tables inside for small to medium sized groups, however bike storage sadly leaves our rating a little lower here


Located in the town of Caerleon, five miles north-east of the city of Newport we’re just a short cycle away from the River Usk and five miles south-east of Cwmbran

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A bustling cafe with daily brunch and lunch specials, homemade cakes and smooth flavoursome coffee (from Coaltown Coffee Roasters) set within a fabulously decorated industrial themed interior found in the beautiful Welsh town of Caerleon, nearby to the city of Newport.

Their food menu changes by the day! On our last visit delights included a smashed avocado with sourdough, Mediterranean quiche, fluffy buttermilk pancakes and generously filled range of salad bowls. You’ll always find their popular sourdough sandwiches too with a tempting choice of fillings including; salt beef (pictured), brie & bacon (pictured), triple grilled cheese, a BLT bagel and vegan special. For those early risers there’s also a big bacon butty sourdough sandwich with your choice of sauce and toasted teacakes too.

Did we mention their cakes? Take a deep breath… Brownies (salted caramel, cornflake, raspberry & white chocolate or double chocolate), blondies (Biscoff, white chocolate or mini egg), banana & walnut bread, lemon drizzle cake, yogurt flapjack, muffins (iced lemon drizzle or double chocolate),Victoria sponge, coffee & walnut or brookies (a cross between a cookie and brownie, filled with icing). Lovers of Welsh cakes will of course find these here too!

There’s no bike racking with the nearest at the car park to the left at the Olde Bull Inn, however there’s a small number of tables out front should you wish to pitch them there (or ask the owner nicely if you can bring them in as we did). Inside there’s a good number of tables for small to medium sized groups to refuel whilst exploring south Wales.

Last visited in March 2023

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