Before our very first visit to Windsor this week I had researched places to eat and discovered the good reports posted about LImes Cafe in Market Street which is, quite literally, a stone's throw from the Castle. As a result on a chilly Tuesday afternoon after much exploring of the town we popped in for a reviving cuppa and received the nicest of welcomes from young Steph. Her hospitality and friendliness were so warm and genuine. The huge pot of tea quickly warmed us through and, needless to say, we couldn't resist the homemade and absolutely delicious carrot cake. It was wonderfully fresh and tasty. Be warned, though - the slice is HUGE! We enjoyed the experience so much that we returned yesterday for lunch, although we were disappointed to discover that she and her Mum had done such a roaring trade that they'd actually sold out of their home cooked chilli and even the jacket potatoes which can be served with a vast array of fillings. By the way, all of the sauces available are made by them too and we can vouch for the fact that they too are really tasty. Eventually we settled instead for piping hot soup and Spanish omelette and we weren't disappointed. Steph was even happy to make up sandwiches for us for later and again the ingredients were so fresh and full of flavour. Do give Limes a try - you truly cannot beat it for proper, simple, delicious home-cooked food and friendliness. By the way, they apparently do an amazing jerk chicken on Fridays but it sells out FAST to all their regulars. Needless to say, it sounds gorgeous.