I looked online for a place for myself to have some lunch, while waiting for friends to finish some business in town. I had read about this place, and the age of it, certainly looking at the photos you can see its an old established place, very English! The service was excellent, and the Welsh Rarebit with mushrooms, was the most delicious I have ever eaten. It came with salad, and caramelised red onion chutney, mouth watering! I noticed looking through the window that the place always seems full on previous trips, so that was a good sign, and a good idea in the end to try it out. Itching there is an upstairs? If forgot to ask about seating up there, I saw people going up and down the stairs, but could have been the cloakrooms. Maybe someone can enlighten me? Oh, there was a great display of cakes, I didn't try those, but that's because of my spare tyre problem,...but they looked delicious! The Tea Rooms are easy to find, just opposite Tourist Information Centre. Enjoy!
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