The Hideaway

The Hideaway

Situated on Church Rd, this lovely new cafe bar restauarnt, is welcoming, friendly and diverse

With a plethora of smaller towns and cities across the UK announcing plans for their own Pride events,its plain to see the growth in confidence of modern LGBT life.

Imagine then,opening a venue in Urmston that caters for all, including a more 'confident' LGBT customer.

Such a veneu is The hideaway.

Situated on Church Rd, this lovely new cafe bar restauarnt, is welcoming, friendly and diverse.

Owners Jo and Zoe have years of experience between them and have extended the success of their Sponge Sisters homemade cakes business and integrated it into this great little place.

We opted for a couple of Full breakfasts,accompanied by complimentary glasses of wine ( available for valid canal st card holders)all of which was delicious.

We have long held the view that a good breakfast can be measured by the quality of its sausage.That being the case,then our meal was indeed a hit.Everything else on the plate was also beautifully cooked and tasty.

This was then followed by some homemade goodies.I opted for Coffee cake and my guest had chocolate brownies with ice cream.Both were thoroughly enjoyed aswell.

2 more glasses of wine (this time on our bill) followed quickly,as we chatted  and planned the rest of our Sunday.

Service throughout was friendly and efficient and the open plan of the kitchen and serving area,really opens up the feel of The Hideaway and definitely adds to the whole experience.

Opening everyday,the venue has introduced some new events for the area,which include a social gathering on Saturday nights (‘Calling all Kiki’s') which are now regularly attracting 40 to 60 guests a week.

So if you are a lover of great homemade food, amazing cakes and fantastic wines, ales and beers,then you will enjoy The Hideaway.

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Rating: 4.0

story published on  Mon, 1 Jun 2015