The coffee was good - definitely better than Starbucks or Costa but on par with other good local cafes. The beans are roasted locally and they take a lot of pride of this fact - even putting this as a sign of "premium" coffee. I am not sure I buy it. However, as I said, the coffee was good. I had a latte and the milk is homogenized and sourced locally. The espresso to milk ratio was good, and the coffee was more lovingly crafted than made.
The interior is like being in a mancave, and there is definitely a motorbike/garage theme. It's a small cafe so there isn't a lot of seating. However, this place is about quality over quantity.
The barista was friendly, but a bit snobby about the next town over which was a bit unwelcoming.
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