It is fantastic that this building was restored and to a very good standard. It is also nice that the cafes carry some info on the menus to explain the history of the place ( a good touch). However, it looked as if it was in a transition of some sort. Great shops but not many of them, most rooms were empty. Downstairs was a dinning area which apparently serves good food but there was a funky smell. The management should really make sure these things don't happen. We were put off going downstairs because it stunk. This place could be so much more if they just stick to keeping the weird and wonderful shops intact.
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