Located on a side street in a small building that was a hair salon in the 1940s, this tiny place is still divided into small wood paneled areas that provided privacy for patrons. If you are claustrophobic, that might turn you off, but I was dining alone at one of two small tables in a room and thought it was a hoot. I had a terrific tomato soup special that came with basil pesto drizzling sauce, croutons and a side of crusty bread. A pot of Yorkshire tea brought lunch in at less than 6 pounds. I lingered as long as I wanted but felt it fair to leave when the place filled up, since there are so few tables. I can't vouch for the pastries but they looked good. The place is clean, the staff attentive and friendly and the menu is varied enough that most people will find something to suit their taste. We were staying in a nearby hotel on the Esplanade, so it was convenient but I'm not sure I'd go if it required much of a car ride.
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