We visited here at 1pm on Bank Holiday Monday, the waitress managed to fit us in after initial doubt as it seems hardly anything else is open in Leominster on Bank Holidays. After being seated, approximately 10 minutes passed before we were asked for our order. This in hindsight should of told us the time it would take to get our lunch, - a full 50 minutes at the least. Which could of been tolerated had it appeared that the staff had been in any urgency to bring out the 2 baguettes and toasted sandwich on order. The food, when it did arrive, was well presented, although my sons toastie was on the hard side and to be honest overdone. He did not finish it. We had the chicken brie and bacon, plus the steak and onion baguettes. They were indeed tasty, although for 5p short of £8 about £2 over priced. Do not think you are getting a full size baguette, - I'd estimate it was 4/5 inches long. Again, not reflected in the price. The total for our lunch with drinks was £26, a bit pricey for what were essentially sandwiches. I realise small establishments as these rely on passing trade, but also word of mouth is equally important and I do not think I will be spreading the love on this occasion.
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