24 September 2020
Well listeners – here I am again with yet another new-to-me cafe. This time Cafe Nexus Cheney Manor.
Yep, tucked away at the back of a business block on the Cheney Manor industrial estate. Who knew? Well a lot of people it seems as I think it’s been there for a good old while. Anyway – earlier this week I visited it for first time for breakfast with some chums of mine.
From their Facebook page:
‘If you’re looking for an affordable breakfast or lunch that doesn’t compromise on quality, then visit us at Café Nexus.
Situated overlooking a riverside, Café Nexus is the idyllic setting to enjoy freshly-made food in comfortable surroundings.
Create your perfect breakfast or lunch from our deli bar, or order from the kitchen one of our carefully designed dishes or specials.
And for those in a hurry, why not simply pre-order your meal for collection? Serving the finest illy Coffee, Tea and nutritious food, make Café Nexus your weekday eatery. Hot food served until 14:30 Monday to Friday Deli bar until 17:00 Monday to Thursday 15:00 Friday.’
NB: COVID SERVICE – REDUCED HOURS:
Monday to Friday: hot food served until 14:00 Deli food served until 14:15
There’s a take-away only service only after 14:00
Where to find Cafe Nexus
6 Darby Close, Cheney Manor Industrial Estate. SN2 2PN
Google map link here.
The office building behind which you’ll find Cafe Nexus Cheney Manor.
A surprising setting
What makes this cafe so charming, aside from the tasty food and super friendly service, is the cafe’s setting. Because what you’d never know from the view you see above is that it enjoys a delightful river view. Isn’t that fabulous?
In the current Covid climate they’ve created an environment that feels safe and comfortable – so it’s definitely worth a visit. But you do have to book of course.
There’s ample free parking in front of the building so another good reason to give it a try.
The review below is from Gary Hazell, one of the party with whom I went to the cafe.
I opted for the small English breakfast and a regular black coffee – and jolly nice it was too. It kept me full for hours.
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