We visited Vicars for lunch and a chat after reading the excellent reviews on here and we weren't disappointed. The cafe provides a friendly,cosy, relaxed, bright place for lunch or simply a coffee and cake. We were greeted immediately and offered a table. The seating is unusual with two "refectory" tables and two or three smaller tables all restored with original (church?) chairs. Simple but characterful. With time to browse the menu we were spoilt for choice by the enticing array of sandwich choices all on lovely fresh brown or white hand cut bread or olive bread. We chose the latter. One with cajun chicken and mozzarella filling and the second roasted mediterranean vegetables and mozzarella.Each came with coleslaw and a small dressed side salad. We decided to share and they were both delicious. Two good quality coffees arrived promptly. We stayed for quite a while catching up on family news and enjoyed a second coffee but we were not rushed or pestered at any point. Vicars Cafe Bistro certainly fulfils it's ambition to be a non profit making community cafe where folks can come together, relax and enjoy their time whilst enjoying good food.All in a very professional environment. The staff should be very proud of their achievements.
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