Truffles Café in Ironbridge
Entrance to Truffles Café in Ironbridge[img src=http://www.fancyacuppa.co.uk/reviews/wp-content/flagallery/truffles-cafe/thumbs/thumbs_28-ironbridge-truffles-outside.jpg]4570Truffles Café in Ironbridge
Outside Truffles Café in Ironbridge[img src=http://www.fancyacuppa.co.uk/reviews/wp-content/flagallery/truffles-cafe/thumbs/thumbs_28-ironbridge-truffles-pi.jpg]3630Truffles Café in Ironbridge
Inside Truffles Café in Ironbridge
This café was once the local co-op in the town known for being the birthplace of the industrial revolution and site of the world’s first iron bridge. Look out onto what used to be a ‘squalid’ town street but now has great views of the river in this world heritage site.
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A scone, jam & cream for £3.20. Good home-made cakes and a wide selection of dishes for breakfast and lunch. Gluten-free menu too. Food locally-sourced, from nearby Broseley.
2/3 The Wharfage, Ironbridge, Shropshire TF8 7AW
Tel: 01952 433 993
Opening hours vary according to level of trade – open every day except Xmas Day
Usually 9.00am – 5.00pm (summer) or 9.30am – 4.30pm (winter)
Very popular at lunchtime with local workers as well as passing day-trippers, walkers and cyclists.
Ironbridge is 7 miles south west of Telford off the A442 Kidderminster road. Lots of local buses from Telford (also nearest rail hub); and Monday-Saturday, Ironbridge is also served by buses running from Telford through to Shrewsbury.