We went there twice. The first time was for lunch during the week. Everything we had was very tasty and reasonably priced: the humble salad, the chicken noodle soup and one of the pastrami sandwiches. The second time we went on a Sunday when they only have a brunch menu, which like most brunch menus revolved around eggs, so not very exciting or varied, but still good tasting. The berry sauce option on the french toast is worth it. Staff were friendly, food didn't take long to come and atmosphere was nice.
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