Visited here whilst on the way to an appointment at Gisburne Park Hospital. We luckily got the last table near the front door, the place was heaving with people queuing to order to eat in and takeaway. This place must be a god send to Gisburn, doubling up as not only a cafe and takeway, but also Post Office and a place to buy essential groceries. My husband ordered the brie, cranberry and bacon panini with chips and I ordered the roasted pepper, onion and courgette panini, two good sized pots of tea (not small pathetic pots like you get in some places) and the bill was £14.95. The chips were thick cut, not my husbands favourites really, because sometimes they are undercooked, however these were great and you got a really good sized portion. Both paninis were delicious, accompanied with fresh salad and a few crisps. We could not fault the food at all and there was certainly a buzz about the place. People were coming in and had to leave as they could not find a seat. They could fill this place three times over if it was bigger. Will be back.
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