I needed a place to eat on my way into Tunbridge Wells, and this little - then newly opened - cafe's pictogramm sprang in my eyes when I scrolled for places on the tourist board.
We went there early on a Sunday and it was only just opening so we chose the large table where multiple people could share. Not cluttered, light and simple. There are other smaller tables too.
You get a great choice of food, served in lovely laid back but quality crockery.
We went for the breakfast plate and I have to say, this may have been one of the best English Breakfasts I ever had. Sausage was of extremly good quality. Poached egg absolutly finely timed. Beans in a little lidded pot to keep them warm. Quality bread. The tomatos and mushrooms were excellent too. I don't like bacon, so I had mine replaced with no problem when ordering. But I still took a bite of my mate's slice, and it was good (and I really am not a fan of it usually).
The young waitress was polite, but not overly talkative. Then one of the owners came to chat, and that was really nice. The kitchen seems tiny, so two thumbs up for managing to make each and every item on the platter so brilliantly timed.
I was gutted to have forgotten to take one of the massive scones for an afternoon snack. They had loads of other snacks on offer as well.
The owner seem to really love what they are doing and share their process on social media (twitter mainly).
I'd gladly revisit.
The only thing that could have been a bit improved was the appearance of the toilet. But I guess, first things come first when you open up a new place. The important things: food and atmosphere. And they managed that perfect.
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