Interesting decor, but disappointing. Lace tablecloth had a lot of crumbs trapped in it.
And the tea was... strange. Pleasant waitress placed the cup&saucer, milk jug, tea-pot,hot-water and sieve-strainer in front of me - when I lifted the teapot lid to stir the tea up the tea-leaves were tiny and there was not a very much - obvious conclusion being that they had emptied the contents of a teabag into the pot to simulate loose tea - this does not work at all - especially as the sieve provided had rather large holes - the result was very bitty tea and not especially tasty.
The bara brith was ok and was generous and the bill of £4.40 was reasonable (or I would have had a lot more to say about it at the time) and the toilets were clean. I won't be going again but I suppose if you know what you are getting it would be fine.
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