As visitors to the region we were pleased to find such a lovely individual cafe holding its own among the big names. The menu is pleasantly different, with a variety of unique drinks and meals to tempt. Would recommend the raspberry iced tea - tried and failed to replicate it at home! Food was delicious (toasted tomato and mozzarella ciabattas and a camembert special) and the sweet couscous side was a particularly welcome touch.
The only thing that let it down for me is really personal preference. While the ciabattas were lovely and deliciously fresh, it was a shame that only the bread and not the filling was warm so that the cheese was not melted. Just a small thing that can be easily rectified and did not distract from our experience!
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