Stephen Brand heads to the Waterfront Café, Benson, for a warming hot chocolate and slice of cake worth every penny; a result of the establishment’s excellent location.
Le Bidon’s Ireland Correspondent Conor Bofin stops off on a truly Baltic cycle to enjoy the delights of The Pigeon House in Leafy Delgany, Co. Wicklow.
Nick Livermore heads back to the Cotswolds, this time to the market town of Malmesbury, for the largest cake in the known universe.
Nick Livermore heads to the back streets of Aylesbury in search of a friendly little cafe. Though small, The Coffee Tree has a lot to offer in terms of coffee and cake.
Nick Livermore visits The Woodlands Tea Room in Devil’s Bridge for some hard-fought black coffee and a divine slice of coffee cake.
Katherine Brand heads to London in search of one of the Big Smoke’s better-known and better-renowned cyclists’ cafes.
Nick Livermore heads out on a club run with Bristol South, unexpectedly stumbling upon the world’s most dense cake and a cosy tea room in Clevedon with a bike-friendly atmosphere.
Nick Livermore heads to the Rapha Cycle Club for one of the finest coffees anywhere in London, but this is one cycling cafe that has much more to offer.
A top-notch, friendly bakery and tea-rooms in the North Walian town of Dolgellau. Popty’r Dref is the perfect place to refuel for a weary cyclist.
Slowly but surely, Aberystwyth is putting itself on the map in terms of quality, independent coffee shops. But there is one that has been getting its coffee – and cake – right for years; Lilly’s.