Thank you Guardian for directing us here via their review of the top 10 budget places to eat in Aberystywyth!
We had Welsh rarebit (under the thought that when in Wales...), chips, leek & potato soup, lemon meringue pie. Sensible portions, beautifully presented on wooden boards. Browned mustardy cheese paste on the rarebit, gorgeous chips, and the lemon meringue pie was astounding. I'm not a sweets person, but this was something special, still warm, with pieces of lemon in the curd to add texture, and fluffy light meringue. The only dish I did not enjoy was the leek & potato soup which could have used a little more something - it tasted primarily of potato puree.
Also, warm friendly service from two girls and (I assume) the owner -- nothing like the experience the last reviewer had.
Welcoming atmosphere, high ceiling and plants in the back, sofas, the kind of place you'd want to linger for a while. And appreciated the ethical and local sourcing. Our thanks and hope to return.
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