It's not the quality of the food that makes this place great, although it is really good. It's not the price, although it is really reasonable. It wasn't the décor although it was fine and the music was much better than the usual café dross. It wasn't even the folk I was with although they're pretty impressive. It's that this is what a healthy society should be about - giving folk a hand to be all that they can be, not by charity but by allowing them to make a real contribution to a real commercial venture. I don't know if it makes money but we ought to support Orchard to make sure it does. (Why not put your prices up a bit chaps?) This is good quality grub well served by nice friendly people. I'll most certainly be back.
I had an Ulster Fry. It came with beans in a wee bowl to allow the discerning palate to set them aside with a harrumph that says that beans have no place in an Ulster Fry or for the less discerning to simply eat and enjoy. I harrumphed... then ate them anyway. Well, it was lunch time not breakfast and that does allow a certain latitude. And lest you think this review is mere emotionalism, on the "Ulster Fry Scale", this fry scored an impressive 8/10.
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