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Friday, 6 November 2015

Lunching at Wild Frost Café

wild frost café, Ramsey

wild frost café, Ramsey

Recently on a gloomy November afternoon, Chris decided to treat me to lunch at Wild Frost Café, a lovely local vintage café and flower shop in Ramsey, Cambridgeshire.

wild frost café, Ramsey

wild frost café, Ramsey

We came across this gem a few moths back and with it being right on our doorstep, we couldn't believe our luck. With the friendly staff, mismatched furniture, fresh smell of coffee and beautiful blooms, it makes for a very homely and welcoming café. I can happily spend any afternoon in here, especially with the free wifi, making it the perfect little blogging retreat.

wild frost café, Ramsey

wild frost café, Ramsey

wild frost café, Ramsey

wild frost café, Ramsey

wild frost café, Ramsey

As well as flowers, there are lots of little pretties to buy, decorating the walls and shelves along the café. They all add to the homely feel and make for beautiful gifts for friends and family.

wild frost café, Ramsey

I particularly loved these hanging bell night lights!

wild frost café, Ramsey

wild frost café, Ramsey

wild frost café, Ramsey

Now onto the food... As soon as we saw the chalkboard saying "gingerbread latte" we were sold! It was the perfect beverage for an autumn day and tasted incredible.
 
wild frost café, Ramsey

wild frost café, Ramsey

wild frost café, Ramsey

As for the food I opted for a warm goat's cheese panini with caramelised red onion- absolute heaven. Chris was feeling rather delicate after a heavy night before and opted for the Club sandwich, which was filled to the brim with chicken mayo, bacon, egg and tomato – big enough to share but he managed to scoff the lot!

wild frost café, Ramsey

wild frost café, Ramsey

wild frost café, Ramsey

Coming here really was the perfect way to relax on a Saturday afternoon and with our bellies satisfied, we left to walk Harry. I'm definitely heading back in the next couple of weeks to take my Nan and Mum for afternoon tea- they'll love it! So if you're looking for a lovely place for lunch in the rural parts of Cambridgeshire, Wild Frost Café is definitely the one.

Have you been for tea yet?








2 comments:

  1. Wow that place looks amazing. Is there parking near by? May well head there next week for a min writing retreat myself!

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    1. There's a car park just behind it or parking on the opposite side of the road :-). You'd love it Ally! xx

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