Deied up tasteless food, staff and management who are not interested, give this place a wide berth, toilets are disgusting .
This was our first time in Cambridge and we picked Tatties because it was a sunny day and it had seats outside and we thought the place looked okay. Unfortunately we were disappointed. The coffee was nice enough, the tea was tasteless. We had ordered a scone which fell as it was being lifted from its tray. We do not... 更多
Two friends and I visited Tatties seeking out an English breakfast in homage to our student days in the mid 1990s: we were not disappointed. Although the prices had increased the portion size remained the same. Service was friendly and accommodating and the food piping hot.
crap I do my own tatties at home ..mind you their tatties are not as bad as the ones in the Stone Yard center on Regent street How do they do that I m a bad cook but i can shove a spud in a microwave with out it emerging dessicated ,blackened as though it has been dragged through mayo... 更多
We uses to come here quite a lot about 5 years ago and it was one of our favourite eating places in Cambridge. Unfortunately, it must have changed owners, as we noticed the menu has changed, the water bottles seem to be the creepiest ones you can get, coming from somewhere out of Europe, the jacket potatoes were not cooked,... 更多
I had a job interview in Cambridge and decided to visit the town afterwards. Then I saw this cafe, went inside and order a chicken burger with coke, £11 in total. They served me after 10 mins and god where do I start. The burger was 2 buns with frozen fried cheap quality chicken no sauce no cheese to salad.... 更多
We are always keen to try somewhere we have not been before This fitted the brief It was not busy, we thought game on so ordered breakfast, this arrived a little later, and was very disappointing - I asked for an omelette with an English breakfast rather than scrambled, was this possible no! They had no idea what an omelette... 更多
Very over priced and all my food tasted like cardboard. The eggs were anemic and obviously cheap factory hen produce, I should have looked at the reviews first. The orange juice was like tesco value and cost £2.25 for small glass, the croissant was very dry and stale.
What a place!! Best jacket potato I have ever had and the choice of fillings is epic! Not a venue for a romantic, candlelit dinner for two but a well run Cafe type establishment that hits the spot!