First sighting of café today but it has traded for a year opposite Tesco. You do not have to be keen on gluten free cakes or beer, dairy free ice cream or vegan cakes, but this 23 seat café caters for all of these. I would agree with others that the service is slow, and I had time to arrange all their food and drinks menu leaflets before my eggs benedict with custard coloured hollandaise sauce and ham arrived. Apparently gluten free people get two crumpets. The cheapest items are some sandwiches or a jacket potato, a selection of DIY salads, omelettes and chilli or pasta. Hot drinks include various chocolates and mochas ,but I opted for an Orangina.The deserts are pricey at £5.95-£6.95,including sundaes and Eton Mess. The kitchen is very hot which may enervate Seth and his team, but the menu may tempt you,or the rarely seen Droste Dutch chocolates on sale. Surprised to get a bill just under £10 with these included.
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