I'm sorry but if they just smile a bit more and be a bit more friendly could be a better place. Food is quite ok.
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Four of us stopped here for a cup of tea and a cake. There were inaccuracies in the charging - cake advertised at one price, till charging a higher one. But by far the most worrying aspect was the toilet. Downstairs - in a weird...More
Dirty dishes. Eggs were to boiled. Overall not happy at all. I would not recommend it.. There are 3 girls doing eveything: serving, cashing, washing, cooking. Not blaiming them, maybe hard working, but underdimenssioned staff. It's bad that it is in a central place in...More
Just popped in for a snack and a cuppa. Managed to negotiate language difficulties when ordering and got two tasty toasted panninis and surprisingly nice cups of tea. This is not a Michelin Star establishment but they seem to do ' cafe' pretty well so...More
Poor service, terrible food. Coffee was OK, but it only got to the table towards the end of my meal so it was still too hot to enjoy after I was ready to leave. I ordered the largest breakfast option which consisted of: 2 fried...More
I have travelled to many cafes and put up with a lot of so called cappuccinos ,this was made as it should be filled to the top with chocolate on top,and the taste was one of the best coffees I have had since arriving in...More
This cafe was recommended by the staff at our hotel and it lived up to the promises made. Excellent value for money, so much so we went back the next day for breakfast again.
Went in with two primary objectives. A) Wanted a cup of tea, son wanted a glass of water. B) Needed to use the facilities. A) Tea (peppermint) was ordered, but I felt a little embarrassed about going in and spending a mere £1.80 It became...More