Cafe and coffee shop in Llanberis
High Street, Llanberis, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 4SU
Opening hours: 9:00 - 16:00 (Wed - Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Great cappuccino and flat white


The poached eggs with chorizo & salsa special was fantastic, alongside a much needed cappuccino. The fluffy buttermilk pancakes are also always a winner here with us


Everything you'd expect for breakfast, brunch and lunch you'll find here, alongside fantastic daily specials and homemade cakes to boot


Cappuccino (£2.95), tea (pot, £1.95), full English/veggie/vegan breakfast (£8.50), little breakfast (£5.50), breakfast baps (£5.25), buttermilk pancakes (from £6.75), sandwiches (£6.25), paninis (£7.95), Welsh rarebit (£7.95), potato & chorizo hash (£8.25), soup (£5.25), cheese on toast (£4.95), eggs all ways (£4.50), scone with butter, jam & cream (£3.25), toasted teacake (£2.50), cakes (from £3.15), Bara brith (£2.45), banana loaf (£2.45), local ice cream (£2.95)


In their courtyard seating area there's plenty of room for your bikes whilst you relax those legs


Medium sized groups will have no trouble finding space outdoors in their terraced seating area. There's also plenty of seating inside too, although weekends and lunchtimes do get rather busy with walkers climbing up Snowdon!


Situated at the foot of Snowdon, in the bustling outdoor adventure town of Llanberis it's the perfect pitstop when exploring Snowdonia by bike. We're also on the famous Brailsford Way road cycle route (do see our cycle outline below)

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Situated at the foot of majestic mount Snowdon and nestled by breathtaking countryside in the former Snowdonia slate mining village of Llanberis is a bustling, family-run cafe serving up delicious breakfast bites, lunches and homemade cake to hungry walkers, cyclists and visiting tourists.

Situated along the popular 75 miles Brailsford Way road cycling route (one of our favourite rides), Llanberis is a mecca for adrenaline seekers, hikers and those on two wheels exploring one of the many nearby sights. Aside from the famous climbs or train ride up to mount Snowdon, there’s also nearby Lake Ogwen (beside mount Tryfan), the National Slate Museum (free entry) and Caernarfon Castle just seven miles away.

For those early risers there’s a range of full English, veggie or vegan breakfasts; also available in smaller portions too, accompanied by breakfast baps, buttermilk pancakes (creme fresh, fruit & mixed berries or crispy bacon, caramelised banana & maple syrup), cheese or beans on toast, eggs all ways (fried, scrambled or poached) and toasted teacakes too.

Lunch varies from a generous range of paninis and sandwiches (served with a side salad), alongside a soup of the day, Welsh rarebit, potato & chorizo hash, garlic mushrooms or brioche rolls with either a BLT filling or halloumi.

There’s also a ‘daily specials’ board too where on our visit they included poached eggs with chorizo & salsa (pictured), harissa hummus, lemon & zaatar flatbreads or a generously filled steak ciabatta with caramelised onion.

The cakes don’t disappoint either with all your firm favourites here (Victoria, carrot and lemon) alongside an Alabama fudge cake, banana loaf, vegan apricot & orange almond cake or the local delicacy, Bara brith (a must try).

Most sized cycling groups are well catered for within their terraced seating area, where additionally inside you’ll find plenty of seating too. However do note that weekends and lunchtimes get rather busy (as does Llanberis)!

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