Little Arthur Cafe

Details & Reviews (3)Little Arthur Cafe
Cafes, Restaurants, Takeaway Food, Yacht Hampers
During the summer season, Little Arthur Farm opens its cafe and bistro, cooking and serving food produced on the farm. We believe in guaranteeing the provenance of our food by growing it ourselves, be it salad leaves, fresh tomatoes, beef from animals grazed on our own pastures, milk from our Guernsey cows and goats or eggs from our Rhode Island hens. We believe in picking our tomatoes when they have been allowed to ripen naturally to develop their true flavour, not picked green and then ripened with gases and hormones. We believe in cows that have grazed their own grass, not stall-fed milk machines gorging on omnivorous diets and chemicals. We believe in fish that has been sustainably fished in the clear waters around Scilly, not in factory ship produce that has been flown in from the other side of the world.

Address: Little Arthur Cafe, St Martins, Isles of Scilly

Phone: 01720 422779 - Email - Website - Map
Reviews (3)
06/10/2019 @ 12:26 am
Rachel Lawson & Motley Crew
When visiting these incredible islands don't just stick to St Mary's. As beautiful as it is, these islands need exploring and one of the easiest and interesting of the group is St Martins. And when there The Little Arthur Cafe is a great place to hang out. we just loved it here and its a place you can unwind. Most of us come to these islands to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of working life or stresses of family life. Well here is a place that you can forget about all that, but its important that we visit these places on our visits as they rely on us for their income and if we don't, then they simply wont exist. This just doesn't just go out to te Little Arthur Cafe, but all the other small family run businesses on this beautiful group of islands.
If you are reading this and have never visited the Isles of Scilly, please put it on your to do list and experience something special before its to late.
03/09/2019 @ 9:36 am
Jen and Co.
We nipped over to St Martins for the day on the little Ferry. we had a good walk around and headed back to the ferry stop, had a quick look on this guide and saw this lovely little place. It was perfect, we could sit and have a lovely snack and drink and watch the ferry come in. Its the best place to be if you are waiting for the ferry at this end of the island. You can really relax with no worries of missing it.
However if you were to miss the ferry, there are far worse places than St Martins to be stranded for a night or two.
19/10/2018 @ 1:10 pm
Andrea & Chris T
Love this place. Very laid back and really friendly service. Nancy looked after us really well on our visit this Summer. We will be coming back next year for sure.
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