Called in with friends around noon as one fellow had just recently stopped some strong antibiotics and needed soup-and-a roll. He finished the soup but could only bear a bite of one roll, I tried the other to learn his protest and it was dense with a disgusting taste - presumably bought-in frozen dough. You'd have to be starving to eat it.
Cafe Altitude clearly does some things right, from the reviews here, fair extent of patrons and convenience for climbers using the wall (also watching from the cafe). But in my book, food starts with decent bread and if an establishment fails on this score then avoid.
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