Its a little cafe tucked away in a side street. It was busy upon entering but found a table quite easily. The menu is plain and not initiative enough. We ordered to tomato, feta and olive salads. Salad base is just chopped iceburg with cheap olives complete with stones and garnished with sliced oranges, would have been better if the oranges would have been wedged; that way you could have picked them up and squeezed the juice out. We had a side of potato wedges and bread roll with the salads.
This place could really be so much more if they replaced 1980s iceburg for mixed leaves, spend a little more on the olives because people even in these times of austerity will pay more for good food because we want to pamper and enjoy ourselves and also the bread could have been replaced with artisan bread: thats the norm these days. Hope you find these observations helpful and not taken as negative feedback. Give it a go, go out and see other restaurants to find out what us other guys are doing. Other than that service was pleasant enough and the coffee was ok.
Would I go again? with its current use of ingredients probably not but would consider in the future.
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