Pleasant-looking café interior, but my decision on having the egg and prawn sandwich - although it felt brave at the time... proved ill-advised. An odd combination? Textures? And, the mixture, bound together with mayonnaise, wasn't substantial enough. And, one on the slices of bread felt slightly stale to the touch - as would an edge of a cut loaf, left exposed for an hour or so. So, this could have been easily remedied in the kitchen by cutting the first slice off, and discarding it. I 'nearly' sent it back, but my 'English reserve' got the better of me, regrettably.
The latté was good and my friends, both eating the mackerel pâté, were pleased with their choices.
I feel that the menu is relatively expensive, in terms of café prices, so feel disappointed with my personal experience of this, my second visit here.
Also, observing the staff and the owner, I wonder if the 'dream' they once had of running a café has faded now and been replaced by hard graft reality? I just seemed to pick up on something there that had me thinking that this wasn't fun anymore. But that could have been my imagination.