Auden House located at Auden House, St Ann’s Ct, York YO10 5FD, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01904 636061

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chris littlewood

5 Google Rating

Me and my grandson jack visit once a week lovely food!!lovely staff !!

5/ 5

Me and my grandson jack visit once a week lovely food!!lovely staff !!

Michelle Forrest

5 Google Rating

Very Friendly atmosphere and the Lady who served our drinks and food was so helpful xx

5/ 5

Very Friendly atmosphere and the Lady who served our drinks and food was so helpful xx

Tom Selby

5 Google Rating

It was very clean, and the atmosphere was relaxed, warm and friendly . Highly pleased.

5/ 5

It was very clean, and the atmosphere was relaxed, warm and friendly . Highly pleased.

Paul Matthews

1 Google Rating

Disappointed to arrive today 31/5/18 and be told by a member of staff in the cafe that there was nol

1/ 5

Disappointed to arrive today 31/5/18 and be told by a member of staff in the cafe that there was nolonger an internet cafe as there's no WiFi . Please update website so as others do not experience the same .

Michael A Scott

5 Google Rating

I visited on Wednesday 26 July after it was recommended to me. I had a Ham and Cheese Toastie and Sa

5/ 5

I visited on Wednesday 26 July after it was recommended to me. I had a Ham and Cheese Toastie and Salad with a cup of tea. The food and staff were friendly and great and helpful. It is open to the public from 9am until 3pm every weekday. I would recommend a visit. You go up St Anns Court from Cemetry Road to reach the Entrance.

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