Visited on a Saturday for the first time, not full but quite busy. Both had large soup with a hunk of granary bread, and it was quite good. Service was poor, ordered and paid up front, but had to wait about 20 mins, which I thought was excessive for bowls of soup, as it not a pukka restaurant, and as by then people were being turned away as it was full. Waiting staff made up of school kids who did not seem to know about basic hygiene, eg young lad dropped cutlery and put it straight back on to the counter ready for some sucker to take it, and the usual nose touching by hand also went on amongst these kids.
Also no toilets, but we were directed to a public one down the street.
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