Popped in for a pasty to take home for the evening meal. Presented with a large array of pasties but also a range of croissants that couldn't be ignored. I tried the almond and chocolate croissant first (sitting on a bench overlooking the sea, on the way back to the car) while my wife had the cherry and almond. Her choice was the better, but both were very good.
The traditional pasty was much better than the average ones you get, and the cheese and onion was very good. (The best I've come across are Pengenna pasties in Bude). We ended up with the apple and rhubarb, and were certainly happy with the day's purchases.
Very friendly service, and a chain to look out for.
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