Taylor's is, at first glance, neither fish nor fowl. It is slightly elegant, but not precious. It is fairly comfortable, but not homelike. The food is good, but not great. The service is pleasant, but not always as spot on as one might like. Still, it's a useful restaurant, with well-prepared dishes, good coffee, decent wines, fair prices, good location as town centre locations go. Value for money, one might say. And if you can snag a front window table, the people watching, all weathers, is pretty good.
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