The decor of this little shop is lovely - although I preferred it when they had a couch in the window. As it was a warm day we had an iced tea - which was more like a thick syrupy grenadine but delicious nevertheless. The food is very good. However the staff seemed surly and when some tourists entered and sat down at a table, clearly unsure of how to order, none came to assist them, instead standing chatting behind the counter. Personally I thought that was bad service. The bathroom was in bad condition - the tiles were unfinished, as was the floor. Although it is technically wheelchair accessible, due to a table beside it, it's awkward even for an able-bodied person to enter it, as the door can't open fully.
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