The coffee and cakes were worth the short wait for a table. The food was excellent, everybody was friendly and the craft village is well worth visiting. It is a little gem hidden away at the back of a craft village. It was a particularly busy time for the cafe, much busier than normal. I have visited previously and I never had to queue before. This time, I was a bit annoyed when a person known to the waitress was invited to skip the queue and take a table when my party were next in line, we had waited about five minutes and had another five to wait for the next table. It was a bit rude of both the diner and waitress.
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