I was en route back from somewhere else having missed lunch and spotted this place. It's opposite the post office (where there are toilets-they don't have their own and directed someone there). That aside the atmosphere is olde world charm. Wooden beams with old woodworm holes, lots of old bricabrac including all the china on which the food is served. I ordered a cup o tea a small china pot of loose leaf arrived with accompanying milk jug, strainer and china cup and saucer. It made my day then my baguette (soft) arrived jam
Packed with sausage and caramelised onions a little side salad and large dollop of amazing coleslaw. I'm so glad I was starving as it was more than enough. I forgot to mention every cup and saucer is served with a bite size version of some of the cakes on offer. I loved it. The lot cost me £7 and I didn't grudge a penny or the tip as it was helpful, quick and friendly service.
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