Cherry and Heather Fine Foods
- Telephone 0141 427 0272
- Food served Mon–Fri 10am–5pm. Closed Sat/Sun. Closed Sat/Sun
- Average price £8 (lunch)
- Typical order tomato and lentil soup with sandwich of meatballs in Indonesian peanut sauce (£4.80)
- Website www.cherryandheather.co.uk
Compact café and takeaway in Cessnock dishing up delightful Asian-inspired savouries and delectable cakes.
This review is taken from the current (2016) edition.
For ten years, Cherry and Heather have been providing their enticing range of fresh, inventive and affordable food to an appreciative Cessnock crowd – who are somewhat starved of café options of this quality. The menu bristles with Asian dishes, super soups, deli pasta dishes, gourmet sandwiches – such as the signature meatballs with Indonesian peanut sauce – and lots of sweet treats including gluten-free options. The small dining space with four tables manages to be a bright, comfortable spot for enjoying the high-standard food on offer, plus there's good coffee and a great selection of teas available as well. A splendid spot in a neighbourhood scarce on cafés, whether for takeaway, relaxing or working – and worth seeking out if you are in touching or trekking distance.
- High point: High-quality food
- Low point: Closed weekends
- Delivery: Delivery for corporate catering
- Provides: Gluten-free options, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access
- Capacity: 7
- Open since: 2006
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