Just opened (yesterday) so too early to give Taywell’s a rating (so the one star is only because I can’t leave the rating blank!) . Occupying the former futon shop ‘Shao Lin’, Taywell position themselves as a shake, smoothie and coffee shop – however they also sell chilled and frozen ready dinners from Cook, local beer, wine and cider plus smoked and fresh meat and fish, pates, chutneys, cheeses and loads of impulse-buy items that you really didn’t think you needed!
They also operate a farm shop at Goudhurst and their own provender is available in the ‘deli’ section – the premises are divide in two with a shared space at the back.
If you’re dropping in for a coffee there’s seating at the back (rustic pine but comfortable) and downstairs – apparently they offer free wi-fi and newspapers.
For the opening there’s a £1 promo running on coffee and shakes – so make sure to collect the voucher on the counter. I’ll be back to try the breakfast smoothie. Definitely worth a visit so give it a try.
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