Having battled rain and wind out to the sea shore and back, we decided to refresh ourselves in this cafe. On entering chose item from menu on wall to be told that was not served anymore. Friends enquiry as to the ingredients in a dish was met with sarcastic response about his ignorance by a woman I took to be the owner. This was not an idle enquiry - allergies are no fun!
Having ordered we went to sit in the empty cafe ( was this significant I wonder?), and asked same woman where her toilets were. She said that she did not provide them. On saying we would not have come in had we known, we were told there were notices up stating this fact. The fact we had not seen them was our fault, and ordering without knowing "was up to you". She had withdrawn these amenities as it seems the public mistreated them, though why others managed to cope with the public seemed to escape her. Toilets do not have to be provided by cafes it seems in Wells. I suggested a notice stating "no toilets" perhaps under the open and closed sign may save unnecessary hassle, especially with children. This was met with contempt. Not sure how you are meant to wash your hands before eating. Felt sorry for her two very nice employees. I suppose people only visit once. Not worth putting up with this for indifferent drinks and food. Looked at notice on way out which only gave directions to public toilets but did not state no toilets on premises.
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