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Fantastic New Cafe - Wags n' Tales!

2 years ago...

Just a quick note to recommend a fantastic new cafe that has opened on the Brighton Road by the railway bridge, in what used to be the Saucy Kettle.

I've now been in a few times in the first week it has been open and it is everything the chains in the high street are not - friendly, welcoming, outstanding service and coffee to die for - the best coffee I have ever tasted in London and I've tried most of them, even better than Monmouth.

If you like to have coffee and great food in a comfortable environment with lots of space then this is the place for you, we are really lucky that is has opened up here in Surbiton, something you'd normally find in Clapham but never here.

It is great for taking in your buggy after school drop offs and lazy coffee afternoons, there's so much space and the staff can't do enough for you - its also a great place if you are walking your dog as they are positively dog friendly too (hence the name), which my children love! My two 6 year old daughters love it there!

If you want to meet up with friends in a relaxed atmosphere with great coffee, teas and cakes with lots of space and never any pressure to leave, this is the place for you. It's close to Victoria Road and well worth the walk down to!

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Just to add to the above - I dont own or work there, its just a nice new place that has opened around the corner for me - a quick note for a job well done to them and their team :-)

Haha.... A free advert if ever I heard one....

Hi, not at all, just spreading the word on a great new cafe that has opened close to where I live - they've done a great job and deserve a recognition - I'm just a happy customer sharing the joy! I thought this forum was for good news and saying 'well done' rather than just complaining about things. It takes more effort to give people credit than to complain. Anyway, it's a lovely new place!

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