Location: 38a Castle Street
01743 355008

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Food Types > Cafes > Carmar Cafe

Carmar Cafe

Tea room serving local cheeses and chutney. You can also get fidget pie here! Used to be Abercrombies Cafe.

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avatar Visitor - RayS's review
13th Sept 2010 - En route to Ludlow for a few days - passing through Shrewsbury - found Carmar quite by accident.
The Cafe is spotless, the staff are great, service great even though food prep was a little slow, food great, good menu range, reasonable prices.
16th Sept 2010 - Made a point of finding Carmar again on the way back home.
Well done Carmar.

avatar Kath & Geoff - Wolverhampton's review
Carmar is a great place to eat. The staff are very friendly. Food is excellent. All meals, especially breakfasts are very good value. You are made welcome even if only wanting a pot of tea or coffee, but when you see the delicious cakes on offer , you can't resist them. We always eat there when visiting Shrewsbury.

avatar Jim and Carol's review
We visited Carmar on a day trip to Shrewsbury. We were greeted by smiley faces; very friendly staff who made us feel welcome. We had to wait a while for the food but when it arrived it was great the best liver and bacon I ever had! We will defiantly be returning.

avatar Visitor's review
Excellent staff and service!!

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