I can't believe that it took me four months to head down to this little gem, despite having heard excellent reviews about it beforehand. As a relatively new establishment tucked away from the main Quayside, I had expected it to still be seeking a larger clientele. However, what they really need is larger premises, as the handful of tables (around ten) inside, do not cater for the demand, with seemingly many regulars. The menu is refreshing and the food sensational. The thought of my Eggs Benedict followed by cinnamon pancakes is enough to bring tears of joy to my eyes. The staff are hard-working and really friendly. The only negative is the lack of space and staff, which means you should really only go on a lazy day. However, for a newly opened cafe, it is simply divine.
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