Lovely little place, it's small and intimate, and very social. While we were there despite the torrential rain, there was a constant stream of people coming in, many who knew each other. Other customers were very friendly towards us, as we're the staff. It's a classy little set up, on the intimate side, but seemingly equally geared up for takeaways as eating in.
They make the food fresh every day, and it's basically a self serve buffet concept with some really tasty sandwiches, soups, tarts and salads; with a whole host of great looking cakes. We had a delicious chunky Thai chicken skewer, a vegetable tart a sandwich each (all were in brioche buns) and a really unusual twist on a Panzanella salad with grapes, hazelnuts, radishes and chicory.
We took away a lovely rose and pistachio loaf which we enjoyed very much.
Will definitely call in again
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