Caffe Vista, Tenby. Nice little café overlooking Tenby harbour.
Coffee Heaven, Cardiff. I says coffee above the door, but it's got to be a cup of tea.
Café del Mar, Swansea.
National Trust Aberdulais, Aberdulais.
Orchard Café, Neath. In Neath to interview the local MP Peter Hain about his new book Back to the Future of Socialism. But first a tea and a toasted tea cake. And a quick read through the book...
The Kitchen Table, Mumbles. After a walk along the prom in Mumbles, it has got to be a cup of Welsh Brew tea.
Servini's Cafe, Cardiff.
Llanmadoc Community Shop and Café, Llanmadoc, Gower. This place is a terrific example of people-power - the shop, post office and café is owned and run by people in the village. They also make excellent brownies.
Cariad Café, Penclawdd, Gower.
Lliw Valley Reservoir Café. After a long walk over Mynydd-y-Gwair and down the Lliw Valley there is only one thing you want.

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Café del Mar, Swansea.
Cwtch Cafe, Ammanford. With a nice brownie, too. The couple at the next table are having a very heated discussion in Welsh - except for the swear words, they are in English.
The Front Room, Mumbles.
The Cupper Crust, Swansea. A cuppa and a toasted tea cake. Job done.
The Quarter Penny Cafe, Cowbridge.
Cafe Continental, Swansea.
Checkers Cafe, Swansea.
Cresci's Cafe, Skewen. An old school café. Lovely ice creams too. My mam used to come here as a girl.
Café Valance, Mumbles. And a Welsh cake, of course.
Caffi Iechyd Da, Carmarthen.