On the day of my visit to the cafe there was a private event, which is why the place was closed just over an hour at noon from the public. My visit hit perhaps the only exception in opening hours, but during the Titanic exhibition you might want to be prepared for other exceptions and check opening hours in advance. During the Titanic exhibition the cafe may also often be full of customers.
I chose the Rich lamb soup with vegetables and black plums and it was very tasty and it was served with some bread. A great value for money. For dessert, I chose coffee and a sweet pastry. A young man serving to me was up to date, prompt and service-minded, thanks Michael (?).
In the summertime the place is certainly charming and a great destination for a day walk. The café is simply decorated inside. I suppose wintertime most customers consist of exhibition guests. You can visit the cafe also without buying the ticket to exhibition.
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