We ordered a coffee, a tea, a veggie burger and a lentil and bean pasty. Both dishes were served on a small plate and were snack rather than meal size. The veggie burger came with a few green leaves, half a radish and a quarter of a tomato. The pasty had been overheated and came with a spoonful of overcooked cheap baked beans and for this I was charged £5.75. When I queried this with the young waitress she shrugged and said it was expensive because they had to charge VAT on food eaten inside the café. I pointed out it was extremely poor value for what I had been given and again she just shrugged. Very polite but ineffectual. The coffee was tepid and bitter tasting and the food took ages to come. We should have took heed of the couple who were served before us & left their soup after just one mouthful saying it was inedible. One to avoid.
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