located on the top floor of Boyes store, and easily reached by lift if you cant manage the stairs, this cafe/ restaurant is quite old fasioned in its feel, with some interesting gifts to walk through to reach it and a quaint museum just to the right of it. You are guided into a queue for self service the waitresses are all very friendly. As another reviewer said the main meals are generous portions and the pie to be recommended, we paid £1.60 for coffee and a mince pie, tasty but not the cheapest in town. A small point that always disapoints and I know nothing can be done is that this restaurant has one of the most stunning views in the town of the south bay, but.... only when you are standng up! the windows are set to high to appreciate it when you are seated - what a shame.
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