Went there as we heard the coffee was very good and we weren't disappointed. Reasonably priced sandwiches freshly made and tasty. Had read about the owner being surly but he was polite and the food was served in good time. That's all I expect from a cafe. It is hard to find if you don't know where to look, and the music is a bit "other worldly" but didn't stay long enough for it to irritate me too much, although it wouldn't be something I'd choose. It was off peak when we went so was quiet without much atmosphere, but it's probably better when it's busy.
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