Visited the cafe on the speck as I liked the look of the counter- over 30 home made cakes/ sweets! Decor is quirky with reminiscent bits from the old butchery, long wooden table, sort of communal eating, at the back like a tardis, more seating, some like little alcoves. Nothing about the place is ikeafied. We had paninis with ham and cheese and sampled some of the cakes(the walnut and coffee cake was simply delicious) All reasonably priced, great atmosphere, you get to talk to other people across the table.
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