Yandles Cafe

This village-style café is nestled in the Hobby shop of the well-known Yandles site in Martock, Somerset. Recently updated, now mixing in some exotic timber tabletops, along with crafty colourful lampshades made from products in the Hobby shop. The whole room has been opened out to bring in light and add to the existing space. These changes make the café a unique, fun and cheerful place to enjoy breakfast, lunch or simply for tea and cake.

The room also now features historic photos and tools from the working timber yard, plus bright colourful artworks by our own Tina Linsell. Displays have been created to highlight other parts of businesses on site, the Gallery, the Tool shop and the Hobby shop. They promote all the aspects of interest you can find at Yandles, especially if you are visiting for the first time.

Another feature, which is a real treat during the summer, is our open-air terrace. A nice relaxing space on a sunny day with café tables, comfy seats, and shade umbrellas.

Breakfast options are also a new feature, our delicious Sawmillers (the classic full-English) uses local butchers sausage and bacon, free range eggs served with herby roast potato, tomato and field mushroom. 

Maybe just one of the lovely freshly baked pastries would be enough to tempt you?

Opening Times

 Monday - Saturday:  9.00am - 4.30pm

Sunday: 10.30am - 3.00pm


Ordering Times

 Breakfast: 9.00am - 11.30am (All day on Sunday)

Lunch: 12.00am - 2.15pm (Light Lunch on Sunday) 


Contact Us 

Call: 01935 826 736

Outside of these hours, we usually have a variety of sandwiches as well as our normal huge selection of cakes, slices, cream tea or desserts. Plenty of refreshing drink options of espresso coffees, traditional and herbal teas, hot chocolate or cold drinks, milkshakes, Luscombe & San Pellegrino in assorted flavours.

You can also take the opportunity to purchase from our larder: our in-house tea from Miles, come in a broad range of flavours in either tea or coffee. We also stock Dorset fruit teas and a selection of jams, chutney, and pickles from local firms, Rose Farm and Highfield Preserves.

The quality and resourcing of our food is extremely important to us, we support local business, buy fresh ingredients and bake our own scones and sponges. There is also a variety of daily special meals to supplement the menu (except on Sundays): lasagne, pies or savoury bakes are some of the offers you can expect.

Hopefully, we have tempted you to visit us soon for some good tasty food and drink, we look forward to welcoming you in.

Food Hygiene Rating 5