The fabulous olde Britannia Barracks at the prison plays host to this well-decorated, boutique style cafe, where philanthropy meets business in a most successful way. Portions are mammoth and prices are low. Food quality is generally excellent. Waiters are friendly, extremely pleasant and well-mannered. A big draw and massive asset to the business. The project comes with some difficulties like any other business and this is often associated with either being way too busy or at times too quiet. Managing the business must be rather tricky at times and under the strain one cannot help feeling that at times a wheel might be about to fall off the cart, but as a customer you will feel nothing but good vibes, especially when your mountainous plateful of delicious goodies eventually arrives ! The (sausage 'n') mash is reminiscent of the Richard Dreyfuss scene in Close Encounters of the Third Kind, where he creates Devil's Tower, Wyoming, using a fork. Clientele include none other than the great writer Graham Linehan. This is the best eatery in town and the owner deserves an MBE for her altruism and good business sense.
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