Traditional, family-run cafe straddled on the Shropshire (English) and Powys (Wales) border, in the bustling town of Knighton and located on Offa’s Dyke, an accident earthwork that divided the two countries. Nearby to the Shropshire Hills ANOB, Brecon Beacons and majestic Elan Valley, it’s the perfect pitstop when exploring on two wheels.
There’s a popular and extremely affordable all-day breakfast menu alongside all your usual lunch and savoury staples, great coffee and plenty of banter from the enthusiast and very friendly owner.
Inside is a good number of tables for small to medium sized groups. If taking out there’s a sheltered outdoor seating area directly opposite, perfect for those takeaway breakfast baps.
Personal favourites include the bacon, egg & sausage sandwich combo alongside their excellent full English at £7.50 or very yummy omelettes. For lunch you’ll find a large selection of jacket potatoes, ‘with chip’ options, sandwiches, toasties and milkshakes. The only thing lacking is the selection of cake but enthusiasm and humour is more than made up by the owner.