Located in a street between Mostyn Street and the promenade (road adjacent to Queen's Hotel). Spilt between two floors.
Myself and three friends had an upstairs table during the annual Victorian Extravaganza.
-Clean and well-maintained premises.
-Friendly staff. The young man who served us was a cheerful individual with a great personality.
-Reasonably priced and wide range of food and drink. Food includes sandwiches, BLT, paninis, jacket potatoes, breakfast bap, soup of the day, cakes. Drinks include Americano, Cappuccino, Latte, Tea, Hot Chocolate, Milk, soft drinks. All coffee available in decaf. I had the Afternoon Tea (I chose the ham sandwich, scone with butter, jam and a coffee) = £5.25.
-High-backed upholstered chairs.
-Outside seating available in front of premises.
-Good views onto street and towards the sea upstairs.
-Toilet not wheelchair accessible as located down two steps. However the steps have grab rails either side.
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