My other half dragged me up the tiny steps on our anniversary knowing how much I love chocolate. It was comical as at 6"3. he's not a tiny man and those steps are tiny!!
very quaint little tea shop. on first inspection of the menu his lordship muttered about Greggs being cheaper, but it was windy and cold.
We both ordered a panini - from the smiley friendly waitress - the man had tea and I had to have one of their famous hot chocolates.
The panini appeared - along with a better than average side salad, colslaw and crisps. At this point his lordship was impressed. Greggs wouldnt have done after all! The price wasnt that high for what we had-better than Costas - and it was all in pleasant surroundings.
The cakes in view looked lovely - after a week or so eating everything on holiday though I was waving the white flag at too much glutony. The waitress was also very knowlegable about the building and what it used to be etc. She was more than happy to talk to tourists.
we also visited the chocolate shop downstairs-expensive, we only ended up with a handful of chocoates. We havent tasted them yet-how i dont know!
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