I went for a large Cappuccino and Gluten Free Bakewell slice, which was a little crumbly, but melt in the mouth, just delicious. They offer a locally made ice cream, should the weather be warmer, as well as deep filled sandwiches, paninis and the longest selection of hot chocolates I’ve ever seen!
Café Diem is an unlikely place for a good strong cuppa and piece of cake. It’s a fantastic location, within the grounds of Milton Country Park. I was joining the local “Beg Bicycles Joy Ride” one sunny & autumnal morning and their mission is to take a leisurely ride, nattering about my favourite subject, afternoon tea, whilst sniffing out coffee stops half way.
We sat outside on a bench perfect for groups of our size to sit together comfortably, enjoying the last of the sunshine and admiring muddy, but happy dogs that passed as we enjoyed our refreshments.
It’s the perfect location for a post cake-demolishing wander.
Please Note – I’m not paid or bribed to say these things, I visit of my own accord, because I’m simply THAT geeky about tea and cake and all things in between. I pay for my own food and drink, I don’t tell the establishment what I’m doing, unless I enjoy it so much that I want to blog about it. I then simply ask their permission to do so and I chat to them about my experience to make them aware that I (and others) have enjoyed it : )
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