Everything is tasty here: the soup of the day is as good as a good restaurant one, the sausage rolls are amazing (homemade, not a poor quality sausage), so are the cheese scones served with homemade butter. All the cakes are quite good, there are some exotic gluten free varieties as well, the crumbles and flapjacks are awesome (and I'm not a fan of those at all!). Decent coffee, good tea, very friendly and gives a countryside feel. Some people here seem to be disappointed by the facilities, the loos are in a separate shed - ok, it's a farm! It never aimed higher, the cafe is called a 'canteen'. I must say, as a regular, that they've improved the parking and things are moving slowly to enlarge the premises. There simply are too many people coming in and they might not have expected such a popularity. It's a place for those who love their food and drinks with a chunk of love and appreciation for smaller things, the smell of fresh air, the green grass and the pebbles, the fresh flowers on the table and a welcoming smile.
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