Went in here for a gossipy lunch with my friend. Tables crammed in, and not the place for a private chat. We were greeted immediately on our arrival, and the service was good throughout. The menu is what seems to have become the standard, sandwiches, ciabatta, and jacket potatoes, they do breakfasts but I was too late to get a look a them, so I won't comment. Most dishes are priced between 4-7 quid. I had mushrooms, parmesan shavings, and rocket on toast, which was ok, but a bit dry. The coffee was good though. I would prefer a bit more space when meeting a friend for lunch, but for a quick coffee I would go again.
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