We dropped in here after a hard afternoon's shopping on High Street. I had left it too late for lunch - be aware this is something to watch out for in Picton, the kitchens don't just stay open all day into the evening (or much past 8 pm either, if you arrive late).
However Le Café was buzzing - we got a table outside looking across at the Sound, perfect. Some of us had coffee, others wine - and a lovely antipasto plate to share. They must make their own dried tomatoes, I have to tell you they were just ripe and bursting with flavour, stand out! Also a lovely looking selection of cakes and treats inside