Been here regularly for coffees and for lunch and breakfast in the last couple of weeks and it's a perfect place to chill out from the bustle (if you can call it that) of the town centre.
Ambience, decor and music is great, even when there isn't anyone tinkling the ivories in the corner, with plenty of cosy sofas and chairs scattered around amongst the tables. When it's busy you never feel crowded, when it's quiet you feel like you've discovered a little gem. All the staff are efficient, smiley/happy types but have that invaluable skill of not intruding.
All the food I've had there has been great - nothing ground-breaking but it's a surprisingly extensive menu and everything's been cooked well and tasted much better than expected from what I initially thought was a jumped-up café.
It's a very welcome change to boring chain shops, but there's no one thing that blew me away hence 'only' 4/5.
Still, great for everything from a quiet coffee with a paper to a meal with friends, with the piano angle an added bonus.
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