A good venue, nicely done, good location in Old Aberdeen. I've been three times to eat there. Each time it wasn't that busy but I ended up having to go to the counter to order as no one had come over. Perhaps just bad luck as opposed to the norm? However, it seems that no staff member can ever crack a smile, why are they are all so sullen? Is that perhaps quirky?
Food was nice, but overpriced. Twice I've had their breakfast foccacia, which is not cheap, and the price does not include drinks. One cup of coffee and a dry claggy breakfast foccacia came to just over £9.