Called in mid Sunday morning for brunch, got good value fry for £3.95:- sausage, bacon, egg, mushrooms,potato farl, soda bread, toast, butter and tea in a pot with real milk!, delicious and good value. Waiter very attentive. greeted nicely at the counter.
Returned Tuesday for lunch, a warming bowl of carrot,coriander and ginger soup, large bowl filled to the brim with wheaten bread & proper butter, thought it was pricey @ £3.85 until I dined, it was more like a meal, soup was very thick and sustained me the whole afternoon at work.
I will be back.
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