Duckies Cafe, in The Old Foundry Chapel

Duckies Cafe is found within the Old Foundry Chapel tucked away in Hayle. This converted Chapel has been given a new identity over the past few years with more local independent shops and businesses moving in and bringing life to this vintage building.

This small but welcoming cafe is found towards the back of Old Foundry Chapel so be warned you may end up spending money on the way through in all the cute little boutique jewellery and craft shops.

duckies cafe hayle

Duckies Cafe Food

We opted to visit Duckies for a brunch meeting and happened to turn up in between the breakfast and lunch rushes so managed to get a table easily. As it’s so small be aware that at times it’s so full you may need to wait a little while to be seated.

The menu is small but lovely, and we went for a bacon butty on wholemeal doorstops. The service was fast and friendly with everything cooked from scratch by the lovely hosts.

At lunch time they offer fresh sandwiches, soups, salads and daily specials. Their cake counter offers lots of scrumptious delights to go with your afternoon coffee, or cream tea.

duckies cafe hayle

duckies cafe hayle

duckies cafe hayle

duckies cafe hayle

The Old Foundry Chapel

Formerly known as Pratts Market, this artisan collection of local shops is found tucked away off Foundry Square. There’s street parking right outside, or a pay-and-display car park just moments away. You’ll find antiques, hand crafted jewellery as well as lots of Cornish crafts inside.

duckies cafe hayle

They welcome well behaved dogs too so take your pooch along if you’re in the area.

Visit Duckies Cafe at 11-13 Chapel Terrace, TR27 4AB.

Discover more Cornish Food and Drink places from our blogs, or try our nearby Harrys Cali-Style for a Californian/Mexican dining experience.

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By | 2017-11-15T14:41:46+00:00 November 15th, 2017|Food and Drink|2 Comments


  1. Hazel 15th November 2017 at 9:06 pm - Reply

    Always good to know where a hidden care is, and also heads up where there is parking.

    • 16th November 2017 at 9:21 am - Reply

      Yes, it’s a lovely hidden gem, and lots of parking available 🙂

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