We called mid morning, so were only here for coffee. The menu and the daily specials board behind the bar looked delicious, definitely worth another visit to have a proper meal. A quiet location, just off the town centre.
The clue as to the decor is in the name, the whole cafe is themed to the love of vinyl. A display of LP's at the back, which are also for sale, with a turntable beside. Music playing in the background, artwork on the walls of Hendrix, Amy Winehouse and others, made into collages with broken up 45's; cabinets of merchandise connected to vinyl and independent record stores.
Customers can sit at tables and chairs or comfy sofas - cushions with pictures from LP covers, and a coffee table covered in magazines centred around music and film. There is a small outdoor area at the back and, in better weather, it looks as if the cafe spills out onto the pavement. Toilets are still housed in what would have been the outside privy, suitably updated, but you might get a bit wet if the weather turned!
Staff are welcoming and friendly and it's all very laid back and relaxed.
Coffee was fine - not an 'ooh that's good' experience, but value for money.
The cafe definitely has a USP and is well worth a visit, whether or not vinyl is your thing.
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