We visited this café whilst on holiday in the area, intending to have drinks only. However when we saw the prices of a Sunday lunch, we couldn’t resist having a meal. The food was very good and we only paid £19.95 for a full roast beef dinner, home-made chicken tikka, two desserts, a glass of red wine and a large glass of lager.
I don’t know if the waitress was Georgie, as mentioned in the previous review, but she certainly worked hard and was very pleasant and helpful.
The café is in an old property with simple but effective décor, but is located upstairs, so not good for people with mobility problems.
We would certainly visit again if in the area.
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