we piled in there as the taxi has just dropped us outside in the pouring rain but were glad we went in. there are a few tables inside, the coffee was very good, the service friendly and polite (it is probably part of the job description, which i suspect includes the word 'barista' but is very pleasant to find anyway)
we only had teas (china pots and jugs, good chunky cups) and coffees and croissants - a little expensive but good, but they had an attractive menu of fancy sandwiches (goats cheese and rocket rather than cheese and tomato!)and I think I heard paninis mentioned. there is a gentle sloping ramp at the side for wheelchairs (or prams) and a disabled/womens/babychanging combined toilet. some thoughtless bikers had blocked the ramp on the way out, but a courteous passerby swiftly moved the bikes out of the away for us. all pale wood and chalkboard menus and young polite staff. good for a coffee-break or a light lunch
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