I think all the reviews here have mentioned the decor, and this is a laid-back, out of the way location and an escape from the urban heat.
The food isn't exceptional, but it's functional. Don't expect anything too amazing from the kitchen and you won't be disappointed. It's quality café food at restaurant prices. They're using good quality ingredients here, but dishes like pizza on Lebanese bread and creamy mussels and clams are crafted to be charming old friends rather than wow you.
Everything costs a bit more than it should do (a small salad is $16++, a small pizza is $22++, a beer is $13++ and a lemon barley is $7++), but it's a charming and relaxing atmosphere, so if you're looking for a breather from the city then you'll probably find it's a small price to pay.
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