This is a friendly intimate place to enjoy breakfast, just a coffee, or a light lunch.
It stands out like a good deed in a naughty world in the "greasy spoon" ambiance of Middlesbrough.
Just off the town centre, close by the Law Courts and the University, and handy for the MIMA art gallery it is generally well supported, and although the service is brisk, cheerful and efficient it can still be difficult to find a seat at peak times.
The decor is informal, much of the furnishings betray their origin in a re-ordered (or redundant) church.
The food is fresh, with a variety of soups, sandwiches, panninis, etc, plus imaginative salads.
Add this friendly and efficient staff, it is a place to aim for to fill that odd corner, or enjoy the luxury of a more relaxed Friday lunch with a glass of wine!
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