Very touristy setting but worth a stop to find out what the famous sourdough is about. The large building houses cafes and the bakery which you can watch the sourdough products being made by the in house bakers and buy to take away along with various souvenirs including the chowder in cans. I used the 'quick cafe bar' (opposite the main cafe counter) and service was very quick - you pay and order at one end and collect your order at the other end. I tried the vegetarian soup (rustic tomato) in a sourdough breadbowl. Service was very quick and I ate outside as it was very busy inside but was a nice day to sit out and the tables were clean. The sourdough verdict - the bread was a bit too tangy for me with its sharp vinegary taste but I guess its an acquired taste although butter would have been a good additon for the bread but none was available which seems odd, but the rustic tomato soup was lovely.
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