A newly refurbished extension from what was there previously. Lovely quaint little window seats (shame that you had to view the tat shop opposite), nice decor and posters that are available for sale. Only negative so far is that there was no music on in the background. Some french cafe music would have really set the place off. House wine was average but actually tasted alot better once the food arrived. Staff were very very lovely. I ate the cheese platter with wild hare pate and scrummy home baked bread. I think it was only about £8.00 for the whole lot which I think was very cheap considering the portion sizes and the quality, plus it came with pickles and olives. I think it only needs a few little tweeks and it will really be a little gem of a place to eat day and night, but hey it's only been re-opened a few weeks and once the place has settled in i'll be back a whole lot more.
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