The Lemon Tree – Tadcaster



The Lemon Tree has been a staple cafe stop for cyclists in the surrounding area of Tadcaster for some time. Formerly known as Tykes, the cafe overlooks the John Smith’s brewery on the main road through the town and is certainly a cycling friendly place to enjoy a pot of tea, with plenty of cycle racks at the rear and a basket full of locks just inside the door.

The owners, Neil and Sharon, along with their friendly team, serve up some cracking home cooking, with the chilli and chips a personal favourite of ours. They also have a loyalty card, so after a few visits with your mates you will be earning free drinks to go with your cake.

The cafe is very close to the collapsed bridge in Taddy, but that doesn’t seem to have affected the popularity and reputation of this great little cafe, and so if you are planning a flat ride in the Selby district of North Yorkshire then do call in and give them some support.


Opening Hours

Mon: 10am-3pm

Tue: closed

Wed: 9am-4pm

Thu: 9am-4pm

Fri: 9am-4pm

Sat: 9am-4pm

Sun: 10am-3pm



Fish Finger Sarnie: £3.20

Hot Chocolate: £2.25


We Recommend

Homemade Chilli & Chips – real hearty meal for a cold Winters day!


Local Climb / Segment 

A downhill blast on the run in to Taddy:


Twinned Rider

Dieter Vanthourenhout – Cyclocross legend who’s home is built on bridges and breweries

Additional Details

  • Address
    18 High St, Tadcaster, LS24 9AT
  • Telephone
    07768 696584
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