I lunch here almost every time that I visit the Cathedral as it is coveniently located - opposite the shop and en route to the toilets - and there is always a hot dish available for vegetarians, maybe soup, maybe a main course. The menu displayed at the door lists the available dishes and I would advise making one's choice at this point rather than holding up the queue at the counter while weighing up the possibilities. I selected a Sausage casserole one day, Beef in Wine another - both tasty and home-cooked-style and served with mashed potatoes and mixed vegetables (on the tepid side). Separate from the food/drinks counter is a side table where cutlery, condiments and water are freely available. Unless one is dining alone, I would recommend collecting these items first and thus reserving a table, taking turns with one's companions to queue for food, as I found that the main course dishes cooled rapidly as the queue edged slowly along then individuals collected cutlery etc.
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