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Spurriergate Centre, York

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  • Central, good atmosphere in an interesting building (old church) . Good for teas, coffees and light bites. Haven’t eaten a meal there but others have and like it. Lunch only not open evenings. Good ca...  more »
  • We use this cafe frequently because its has lots of room inside its warm comforting ideal for mums and dads with buggies they cater for children with a play area. The food is good wholesome cooking fr...  more »
  • St.Michaels Church has been converted into a cafe, and social centre, where all are welcome. Excellent coffee and reasonably priced eats. Plenty of seating in a bustling and lively centre. You can sti...  more »
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  • A converted medieval church, run by a Christian Mission. Enjoy a bite to eat under Norman pillars and Arches while gazing through Stained glass windows. They serve a good cup tea and produce tasty, filling meals at a very competitive price. There is an upstairs seating area with an area put aside for quiet reflection or prayer. The Church also has a small kiosk selling fair trade products from across the world. There is a small play area for children aged 1 to 4. Parents are asked to supervise their children while they use this facility. There is no wifi, and it can be busy at weekends. Disabled customers are able to access the ground level seating area. There is a disabled toilet as well.
  • Visited this place on the recommendation of my parents and found it to be a nice, friendly and welcoming venue. Child friendly, and decent food at a fairly good price. Can get very busy at peak times / season so worth visiting a little early or late to avoid the crowds.
  • Sat upstairs, with a coffee & cake, looking @ the beautiful stained glass windows. What could be more lovely.
  • This is an old converted church. It has a nude menu with options from a full lunch to snacks and sandwiches. It is good in it's quality but a little over priced. Excellent for children and families.
  • Fantastic space serving reasonably priced delicious food. It's a 'no frills' kind of place but the food is yummy and the service is friendly. Really set up for babies/kids with lots of toys on offer + beakers/microwave etc available. Also, there is a small soft play area for under 5s.