We read about the Roost Farm Bakery in a travel article and decided to try it for a casual lunch after arriving via ferry.
The setting is charming and quaint, with a converted school bus with dining tables inside, roaming chickens, and a gigantic homegrown pumpkin out front.
Food was just OK - salads seemed hastily assembled, pulled pork pie was not heated through fully. Desserts were fine, but seemed pricey. Service was scattered - the counter employees were a bit curt and tables in the dining area weren't bussed/cleaned. We had to clear someone else's dishes and ask for the table to be wiped so we could sit for our meal. Also saw lots of flies in the dining area - yuck!
No alcoholic beverages available. Their bistro serves wine but closes at the end of the summer.
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