This place has changed hands in the recent past and it became different, better than it was. It was well organised and the food has been consistently of a good standard. Today we dropped in for coffee and cake, quite excellent in quality, but the waitress was not. Everything was 'there you go', a mini skirt which looked like a pair of knickers, almost a surly disposition and a general air of laid back. I noticed some customers having to go to the counter to ask if there was waiter service. Obviously the manager/manageress was off but maybe that was the management, who knows. So, to sum up, everything was the same as far as food and beverages were concerned except my impression was somewhat skewered by their font of house staff. I should also say that the price for two coffees and one carrot cake came to over 8£, not cheap but really worth it, really! The cafe is situated upstairs in a large shop where one's wife can have a ball choosing things she just can't find anywhere else. The Snape Maltings, where it is located, is the home of Benjamin Briten's Music School and an auditorium which supports the most uncomfortable seats in Europe (take a cusion, most diehards do)
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