We were recommended to go here for brunch and we were not disappointed. It had a rustic flair and was warm and cosy. The staff were a pleasant, cheerful and helpful, especially as we were a group of 8 who kept changing their minds. It was busy, but the service was quick considering the crowd. The food was fresh and tasty. The bread was equally good. Water was provided and all commented favourably on the coffee and tea which was ordered after our meal, as well as a few pastries from their selection. The prices were on par with what we saw in other Berry cafes, higher than in less popular areas.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.