I have been here a couple of times now for breakfast, and have thoroughly enjoyed each experience. The menu is very wide, and the food is delicious (I particularly like their bread rolls, or 'Frühstückssemmel'). The tea selection is bewilderingly huge too, and it is 'real leaf tea' which makes a lovely change - and perhaps justifies the rather higher price. The staff are very friendly too, and service is quick, despite the café's always being full. I love the atmosphere too - it's almost 'too English' to be 'truly English' (think interior of a stately home!), but that just adds to the whole experience really. It's also somewhere that can claim true English origins, and the owner is from the Isle of Wight. Overall I'd definitely recommend it for a very enjoyable Sunday/weekend brunch, and will certainly be back.
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