We came upon The Congregational by chance, and never expected the pleasant surprise we were in for. This is a really pleasant place which has only been open for just over a month. We hadn't expected to eat there, the menu was fairly small, serving home made soups, sandwiches, and cakes. However, the food quality was extremely high, and the cafe also served a good range of specialist, loose leaf teas, and high quality coffees. On the day, I had pea, spinach and mint soup, and my wife and son had a home cooked ham sandwich with home made apricot chutney, served with salad and couscous. Very enjoyable !! So is the art gallery.
Located towards the west end of High Street, on the north side of the road.
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