Food is of great quality. Salads are quirky and use seasonal, tasty and fresh food.
Brunch is a nice treat and coffee is good (even better out of a china cup!)
Their 'stew of the day' and 'soup of the day' are great value. My latest liking is the chirizo and bean stew... Suppose the beauty is you never know what you will get.
The real show stopper is their cakes. There is something here for everyone. Their dairy free / gluten free choc cake is a massive treat for the dairy /gluten free friends (kids) as it is so special for them to go to a restaurant and not bed fobbed off with jelly or fruit only. For myself the treat is their baked cheesecake (raspberry and white choc!)
As mentioned before, it can be a cyclist magnet at the weekends, so it is busy busy busy. Families are welcome and accommodated but be warned at peak times it can be chaos and noisy.
Such a pity it isn't opened for evenings.
P.s. Take a wander around the cute and quirky shops that share the courtyard.
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