We thought we would try this rustic little cafe and were greeted by friendly staff. We decided to try the lunchtime barbecue , the crepe and ordered a ham and cheese roll for our daughter. The roll was the best part though the cheese was melted which is not described on the menu. It was a large tasty bread roll. The crepe was not bad in size however was very salty.the biggest disappointment was the fish and chips. The fish portion was smaller than the palm of my wife's hand, which is not big, and barely thinner than a piece of paper, it was also barbecued into a piece of cardboard. Every disappointing all up.
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