Parmos are unreal , lovely little quirky place , used to be an old church , lovely homemade food , nice location
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We visited three times and have enjoyed it on each occasion. Food is good and the mince and dumplings are excellent, although there is a varied menu. The service was good and it was nice to speak with local people. The toilets were clean but...More
My daughters treat me to afternoon tea. It was wonderful, the variety and flavours of the food. The drinks were great, too. We were given exactly the right amount of attention by the friendly staff.
Afternoon tea bought on Groupon which made it very cheap as it would be worth the full price. Beautifully decorated and great views over the sea. Definitely recommend this place for afternoon tea and it looks good for evening meal so I will return.
This was a groupon voucher for afternoon tea for 2. The experience started quite well as we were taken upstairs and seated with fantastic sea views. Lovely teacups and plates were given to us and a pot of tea promptly brought to us followed by...More
Group of 4 visited for festive afternoon tea, promptly seated, lovely view from table. Festive drinks order taken and brought to table promptly, which were all delicious. Afternoon tea was plentiful and very tasty. Clearly freshly baked (scones still warm) and all home-made. Staff attentive...More