I have to agree with previous posters, this is a great place to eat.
We visited at lunchtime: the restaurant is in an old building, the main dining area in an airy space with high ceilings with a separate quieter area off to the side and a craft shop at the back of the building; the lime green walls and Balinese art lend it a boho feel.
Service was good - I sensed the staff were stretched that day, but they couldn't have been more helpful.
The menu, not huge, was varied enough: a number of dishes had a Portuguese or Mediterranean twist: pork tenderloin with clams, grilled king prawns with garlic and onion, the complimentary warm bread with olives in lemon and olive oil. I'm not sure if the owners are Portuguese but it reminded me of food from past Portuguese holidays - a tasty fish/seafood main with very simple sides, The complimentary bite-sized portions of coffee cake which came with the bill was a lovely touch.
So nice to come across somewhere a little bit different to the usual run of gastopubs and cafes, in the sub-£10-for a main range. Please don't change a thing!
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