Monty and Mabel’s is located at 9B North St, Wilton, Salisbury SP2 0HA, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Monty and Mabel’s and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Christine Wickham

5 Google Rating

Excellent dog-friendly cafe. A variety of seating, from sofa to dining chairs, a surprise patio area

5/ 5

Excellent dog-friendly cafe. A variety of seating, from sofa to dining chairs, a surprise patio area for warmer days, and plenty of paraphernalia to amuse customers. Perfect coffee, and a great selection of cakes and light bites, attractively served and reasonably priced. Brill!

Alice B

4 Google Rating

Nice atmosphere - very dog themed! Good coffee. Very good Eggs Florentine. Would have been good if t

4/ 5

Nice atmosphere - very dog themed! Good coffee. Very good Eggs Florentine. Would have been good if they’d be a bit more breakfast choice. Lovely courtyard seating area outside.

Jon Lyndene

5 Google Rating

What a great find! So warm & welcoming! Lovely food & great coffee. Even the dog is welcome. Give it

5/ 5

What a great find! So warm & welcoming! Lovely food & great coffee. Even the dog is welcome. Give it a try.

Jola Allaway

5 Google Rating

Great, recommend this place, especially those with dogs who want to bring them.

5/ 5

Great, recommend this place, especially those with dogs who want to bring them.

Bridget Barker

5 Google Rating

Met the owners, Micheal and Sam for the first time,they saw me outside with my puppy and with open

5/ 5

Met the owners, Micheal and Sam for the first time,they saw me outside with my puppy and with open arms, literally welcomed me in! Beautiful decor, wonderful looking food, will try another time and lots of social events happening. Will definitely join this friendly cafe.

Robert Hayter

5 Google Rating

Absolutely gorgeous café right in the centre of Wilton. We had great service and the coffee was goo

5/ 5

Absolutely gorgeous café right in the centre of Wilton. We had great service and the coffee was good, too. Privately owned, with the kind of tasteful, fun decor you don't get in the big chains.

Fergus Donaghy

4 Google Rating

Limited but interesting menu. Great coffee. Well presented and tasty food. Lovely surroundings. Dog

4/ 5

Limited but interesting menu. Great coffee. Well presented and tasty food. Lovely surroundings. Dog friendly and quirky.

Dominika Halub

2 Google Rating

Nicely decorated place. Saturday afternoon, short staff, poor girl on her own to prep and serve. Lon

2/ 5

Nicely decorated place. Saturday afternoon, short staff, poor girl on her own to prep and serve. Long waiting for order. Got coffee and pancakes. In menu says pancakes with berries and maple syrup. When I got it, presentation very nice. But sth wasn't right. Too sweet for me. When I got to pay by the till, I've asked to see that maple syrup bottle. Turned out it was Golden syrup. I've said, they shouldn't put on menu maple syrup, and serve golden. For me it's big difference. If I would know, I would order STH else instead. I felt a bit cheated. I don't think it was that girl fault. She was very nice and friendly. I still would recommend, as it's nice quiet place with little lovely outside courtyard.

Alan Parton

5 Google Rating

Excellent cake, lovely coffee and staff welcomed both grandson and the dog. Gets no better......

5/ 5

Excellent cake, lovely coffee and staff welcomed both grandson and the dog. Gets no better......

Michael Priest

5 Google Rating

Great coffee! Friendly staff! Good position/view of Wilton! Lovely dog customers!

5/ 5

Great coffee! Friendly staff! Good position/view of Wilton! Lovely dog customers!

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  • Sunday09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Monday09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Wednesday09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Thursday09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Friday09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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