Took the family here for lunch and the possibility of "making chocolate". The place was busy, this was to be expected as it was the October week. However though the prices to eat in here are a tad high for what you get and you do not get what they advertise. I asked for a panini, what I got was a white sub roll from Sainsbury's with no explanation but still had to pay the £4 for it. The children's toasty is 4 mouthful bites ( 4 kid's mouthful bits) of toast for £1.50. If you wanted to partake in the making of chocolate it is £13 each. We passed on that after the food experience we thought it was April Fools. Will not be back and l would recommend going a couple of doors down to Bean Scene.
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