… certainly not for vegetarians. Given the French cook is not there anymore (or doesn't seem to be), other food might have gone downhill as well. We had a potato omelet and it was terrible. We couldn't really taste the potatoes, which is no surprise given they were shredded and still raw. The caramelised onions inside the omelet were the only flavour; even the omelet itself was bland. The sprinkling of lettuce leaves were limp and didn't come with a dressing, and the half of a semi dried tomato looked lost and unappetising.
A friend had a cake which she seemed to like although despite it being called a rhubarb something it didn't have much rhubarb on or in it. Not sure whether this can make up: the slice was huge - a wedge double the size of what is normally served in cafés. Nevertheless, when you order a rhubarb cake you want to be able to enjoy the yummy moisture of rhubarb!
Coffee: Tobias Estate, which I don't happen to like; bitter and not enough flavour.
Service: the girl on the floor was not very switched on and neither was she very animated in terms of interacting with customers. On top of it: we asked her to check whether the caramelised onions were prepared with vinegar - she never got back to us. She wasn't very busy either - apart from chatting to other staff, such as the girl making coffees or the cook.
We won't return!
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