We called for breakfast today. The place was extremely busy at 11.15 which is always a good sign. My husband and I got served tea in what looked like an antique silver teapot. He had a bacon sandwich (pricey at £4 and full breakfast looked better in size and value). I had two pieces of wheaten toast, (£2) which looked like a small portion but the bread was thick and filling and very tasty. The decor was very interesting and I would have enjoyed looking around at all the pictures and artwork. Worth a visit.
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