We stumbled across this place looking for somewhere to shelter from the rain and have a spot of lunch. First impressions were very good - it's a lovely-looking place and the staff were very friendly and welcoming. Everything on the menu sounded great, so after a bit of umming and ahhing we decided on the pastrami sandwich and a ham and cheese panini, both of which were very tasty and came with a generous helping of homemade coleslaw and some proper crisps. We treated ourselves to a brownie after our sandwiches and it was one of the best I've had in a long time. The staff were personable and it had a great atmosphere - would definitely recommend this cafe to anyone!
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