Fantastic brunch. We popped into this little cafe just for a coffee away from the centre of Lymington. The very friendly waitress told us that everything was on, even the lunch mains (it was about 11:30). We decided on a champagne (prosecco) brunch. My eggs Ciao Belli were lovely and the husband’s only complaint about his scrambled eggs and smoked salmon was that the salmon was a bit chilly. We did have s bit of a wait as there was a large takeaway order just before ours but we were in no hurry. All in all, a delightful find.
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