Having lunched at The Congregational soon after it opened, we were delighted to discover it is now open on three days each week for evening meals. It has a small but creative menu including vegetarian options.
The cafe has a very relaxed and friendly atmosphere. On cooler days there is even a woodburning stove
Seating is cleverly arranged amiong the art work and we decided to buy a painting on display.
Booking in advance for the evenings is probably advisable.
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