I stopped in here for brunch on a Sunday. The shop itself is quite "cosy" and has a mish mash of non matching chairs, and small tables with too many chairs. It seems like they would try and get as many people in as possible.
I had a toasted cheese and tomato sandwich and a pot of tea, my friend had poached eggs on toast and a can of coke.
The team was very nice, I was offered English Breakfast or Earl Gray and I went for the English breakfast. Both meals were ok, not bad but nothing special. There wasn't a great deal on the menu, although the cakes on the counter did look lovely. The bill came to about £15 so not too bad.
Nothing really to complain about but not somewhere I would particularly go back to.
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