We come here once a year on the way to halifax, and count on it for road food that's tasty and healthy and an independent entrepreneur. Walls are 60s rock and folk; could be updated by a few things that have happened since.But food is groovy,as are prices.
Good on fair trade, but not noticably local or sustainable in suppliers.
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