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Overpriced at £10 for a disappointing main!
My friend and I stopped here for a quick bite to eat at lunchtime.
Service was quite slow, and when my macaroni cheese finally came out it was sloppy, cold, and extremely bland.
The side salad that came...More
We ordered soup, one of us had potato and leek, while the other had carrot and coriander. Both came with a nice chunky piece of bread. The soup, while tasty, would have been nicer had it not been so liquidised.
The homemade lemonade was very...More
Visited at 12.45 on a Sunday.
Paid 5.55 for a very large hot homemade carrot and coriander soup with large roll and butter which was thoroughly enjoyed.
Staff were active and helpful.
Prices are not cheap but are good value bearing mind this is a...More
Stopped off for a coffee here with family whilst doing a very quick tour of the City. A nice shop and pleasant staff, excellent location of course right next to the Cathedral. Can sit outside in the cloisters which was lovely even in Feb. Would...More
Very pleasant upmarket ambiance with very appealing quality food and drink offering. Pricing is extortionate though about 30% more than you would pay elsewhere for same quality I thought.
Theres plenty of alternatives very close in the town but I guess they just don't have...More
Excellent food served by very quick and efficient staff. The lunch time specials tend to sell out early – due to their excellence – so arrive soon after noon if you want the best choice. The setting of the refectory is noteworthy, being bolted onto...More