We were looking for somewhere for lunch and decided to try Cantina. The owner was in the doorway calling out to people going past to see if they wanted to come in for lunch. To be fair he was quite friendly and asked us if we had come on a recommendation but we had not. He was a bit pushy and we could see that some of the other customers who came after us were not overly keen on his style/manner.
We sat downstairs and ordered coffees and butternut squash soup. Everything was fine and the coffee came with shortbread which is a nice touch. It was all quite reasonably priced and the menu offered varied lighter bites from sandwiches to cakes.
Downstairs there are about 4 tables and upstairs there are tables and chairs as well as sofas. The toilet is also upstairs. The place is all done out in a shabby chic style which works. They also have an outdoor seating area along the same row of properties in what looks like a former garage but it would suit anyone who doesn't mind fresh air and there was a couple sitting out there on some picnic style benches.
Not sure if I would go back as the owner put me off a bit but he probably means well, just comes across as a bit desperate. They do also offer a loyalty card so that you can get a free drink after a certain number of visits.
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