Little Treat

Little Treat
Cafe and coffee shop in Abergavenny
59A Frogmore Street, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 5AR
Opening hours: 10:00 - 17:00 (Tue - Sat)
 Vegetarian  Gluten Free

Fab coffee roast from Welsh Coffee Co of Bridgend


The lemon & blueberry cake and salted caramel Belgian waffles were just what we needed on our 80 mile circular cycling route around Herefordshire and Monmouthshire


A wide choice of breakfast and lunch options alongside daily homemade cake and gelato specials


Cappuccino (£2.50), tea (pot, £2.50), Belgian waffle (with 2 scoops of ice cream, £5.50), ice cream (£2.50), cakes (from £2.00), cake & ice cream (£5.50), sourdough toast (£2.80), Welsh rarebit (£5.70), teacake with jam & butter (£2.00), soup (£5.40), focaccia pizza (from £5.95), sandwiches / grilled (from £5.90), bagels (from £5.20), salads (from £5.95)


There's public bike racking available just a short walk away along Frogmore Street


Inside there's a small number of tables along with a small number out front too. Larger groups may wish to takeaway and enjoy in the busy town centre


Abergavenny is a superb stopping point when exploring the Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains or Monmouthshire on two wheels. There’s also a national cycle path (Route 42) from Abergavenny to Chepstow, ideal for families and those looking for a hassle free cycle route

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A family run coffee shop and deli located in in the heart of the hip Welsh town of Abergavenny, serving up homemade cakes, gelato, savoury snacks and Welsh coffee for hungry riders exploring Monmouthshire and nearby Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains.

Established in 2016, for those with a sweet tooth you’ll find a selection warm Belgian waffles, affogato, homemade cakes and ‘melt in your mouth’ brownies, all served with ice cream. The lemon and blueberry cake is not to be missed!

Served until 11:30 is Welsh rarebit with grilled tomatoes, toasted teacakes, bagels and sourdough toast. For lunch there’s their famous and affordable focaccia style pizzas (9″), grilled sandwiches, bagels, salads, Welsh rarebit and soup.

Inside there’s a small number of tables alongside a small sheltered terraced seating area out front too. Larger groups may struggle to sit but why not takeaway and enjoy within the bustling town centre?

Last visited in May 2022

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