We visited Reeds for lunch.
The menu is typical cafe food - sandwiches, toasties, jacket potatoes and a range of cakes.
The food was good and portion sizes reasonable. My filter coffee and cappuccino were ok.
Service was ok and a member of staff kindly carried my drink over as I had a pushchair.
The cafe has lots of tables and was a little cramped for pushchairs. There is access for chairs around the side of the building and there is a toilet for baby changing and people with disabilities.
All in all a reasonable cafe with a relaxed atmosphere. I am not sure how it compares to other cafes in Downham Market but it was reasonable and I would return.
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