Serendipity cafe is on the Lanchester walk and if one was tiered and hungry one may feel that discovering the place was indeed a serendipitous event. A serendipitous event being a discovering or a happening in one’s life that was both happy and beneficial to you. My father was certainly happy and warmed by their yummy sausage sandwiches. Whilst I and my mum where comforted by bre and cranberry toasty. Serendipity cafe’s chips are in my own opinion yummy and well worth the walk. Some of the customers who frequent the place regularly sometimes felt h need to tell the staff that they shouldn’t worry if they don’t come in, they’ll be on a holiday. This shows a wish to make sure that the staff of this particular café know that they are appreciated thoroughly.
Especially for their good food. On the way in you will spot the bike rack endearment seating area. There are two floors and the sats on the bottom floor are a mixture of leather and chrome. Whilst the table is glass with chrome legs. The staff come to you and take your order. Your order comes fairly quickly. Your pet is welcome, and trees are available. How ever small the place is popular, bringing a chatty warm and inviting atmosphere to the place. So why not have a serendipitous event for yourselves and visit this small but happy café.
Accessibility at serendipity cafe
Sadly, there are two deep steps up into the building and a step down to their accessible toilet. The floor is plain and so may not be triggering to those with dementia. The quietness of the place depends upon its popularity. Whilst there is no braille menu, they are happy to read it out to those who can’t read it themselves. There is Wi-Fi connection. Although the staff are not trained for those who are neurologically diverse, they are happy to help wherever possible.