We went here for a Saturday afternoon brunch, having been looking for somewhere nice and reasonably priced. My partner had the croque salmon, which was a three layered cheese, salmon, and spinach toasted sandwich which was reasonably priced, tasty, and filling. It satisfied his desire for a hearty tasty breakfast! He had carrot, orange and lemon juice, which was yummy as well. i had the seafood gratin which was very moreish and delicious, a small casserole-type dish of seafood with a creamy sauce, accompanied by fries. I could barely stop eating it! The only thing I would say was the dish was quite salty, so avoid if you're not a fan of salt. I had it with mango juice and a cup of earl grey, both of which were nice.
The service wasn't memorable but nor was it bad - it didn't strike me as much of a restaurant atmosphere, more of a posh cafe; the decor was nice and the tables were comfortable enough. We liked the artworks we could see from our table on the wall near us. The music was weird (a bit loud and random mix of 70s to 00s pop), but made us laugh because it was so strange.
In terms of value for money, we spent £20 and had two filling tasty brunches, with drinks for both of us, which I think was reasonable. We would certainly go again
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