We spent the best part of 30 minutes looking for a decent cafe on a sunday late morning. The we stumbled across this beauty. The staff where more than happy to help and looked like they actually wanted to be there :) We were handed menu's that had been made out of the old books from the old library which we thought looked really good. The only downside was the font and style that the menu was written in made it quite hard to separate the different items available, We both had a nice fry up and I asked if it came with fried bread which the waitress replied that they didn't, but when the meals came out, the chef had gone out of his was to make some especially which we thought was a really nice touch and we really appreciated. Everything tasted really nice and was clearly home made and had a lot of thought gone in to its preparation. You pay a little more than some cafe's when you eat here, but you will get the quality that goes along side it. Highly recommended and will visit again if we ever find ourselves near here again.
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