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  • Church Street Cafe sells good freshly made toasties, allday breakfasts, jackets, omellettes and chilli. Really friendly place just down church street from Starbucks. Real community feel to it.
  • Protuga just outside the Obsevatory shopping centre in Slough
  • Protuga just outside the Obsevatory shopping centre in Slough
  • OOO... Touch of Class Cafe is a good Cafe if you wanna full english or a cup of coffee. Theres one in the Obsevatory called Giagardinos and theres a Benjys outside Queensmere. Theres also a little coffee cafe in the back of a bookstore but I cant think of the name. Its in Queensmere by JD Sports and Debenhams.
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  • You cant beat the touch of class cheep food but it is all good
  • Love Francescos, a lovely little Italian restaurant, but also a nice place to sit & have a latte sweetie
  • Coffee shop inside Ottakars in the Queensmere is about the best. Also the one inside Tchibo shop.
  • I've sampled a few cafes of differing styles in many towns over the years and I think the best deal on Slough High Street is The Classy Touch. It's a traditional diner/greasy spoon-style place that serves good, basic food swiftly and at very affordable prices. Added bonus is that they do nice ice-cream sodas. However, best to avoid if you're a vegetarian and require anything more than a veggie burger or egg and chips.
  • Classy tough, yes big up, your proper not quite greasy spoon, quick service, need to drink endless coffee and sudden desire to smoke and have a tragedy to discuss with your friend, like a scene from a film with a semi grotty amerocan diner in it, or roadside cafe, but good stuff, not pretension, just what it is, love it, but bar amy's for sandwiches, what have you got? Foul , beastly Subway, even the smell wants to make you vomit, gregs with too much brwad, too much bread gregg... favourite chicken and another one, I can't reme,ber which one it is on the high st ( the sypc end) but one of them has chips that no matter what, taste of fish, no such thing as a nice coffee shop unless you want to sit in a book shop or presinct cafe with a blue santa claus, crap as far as i can see
  • The best cafe is Slough is on the Windsor Road, on the left hand side as you walk from the poice station to the town centre. The coffee is a bit rough, but dirt cheap and the bacon/sausage sandwiches are excellent. It attracts a diverse crowd from the court.
  • Try the Classy Touch Cafe' - excellent food, good prices, and a welcoming management team. 2 brothers i think
  • People don't go for coffee and cake in Slough - they go for a pint and a kebab.
  • There are many cafés and coffee shops in the covered areas and alongthehigh street catering for various tastes. There is the Classy Touch Cafe , Subway, Tchibo, Café Giardino, Morellis, Amy's Sandwich Factory andmost of the pubs act as a pub come coffe shop during the day serving good food and ure usual hot drinksor pints etc. +
  • Francescos is nice, also the one on the corner of the Queensmere, opposite Poundland
  • Amys on the high street do a mean sandwich
  • If you're into hanging out in peace in coffee shops in nice surroundings, you're in the wrong town.
  • shouldnt get these in slough..sloughs not that posh
  • Everyone should come to the classy touch cafe, it's greasy smelly and overpriced, but I work there so you must visit (and leave a big tip!)
  • Any of the thousands of pubs and food places on the high street. I have never seen so many chip shops, restaurants cafes and pubs in such a confined space. It's a wonder that everybody in Slough is'nt overweight, but they're not because i've lived there all my life and i only know two fat people. The new Subway is quite nice.(Nov 99)
  • Francescos is the place I spent a good year of my life, trying to decide whether or not to go to university. I eventually decided I would, but I couldn't have made the decision without their creamy cappucinos. Wonderfully friendly staff, tables outside in the summer - everything a high street cafe should be.

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