In all honesty the food is let down by the decor - or lack of it. We were attracted by the name but When we first walked in we thought we had walked into a temporary cafe. Bare walls and floors and so dark I thought we were in a dungeon. I realise it is a converted shop but some time and expense should have been put into making it presentable. I know it should be about the food but I believe the ambience contributes to the experience. There was nothing wrong with the food - it was fresh, presentable and well priced but I would have liked to have shared my meal with some natural lights. Service was a bit hit or miss - perhaps it was too dark to read the orders.
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