Stopped here for lunch while on a cycling tour. It was a pleasant place to rest with air conditioning inside or a small seating area outside. Service was a little slow with 15 people turning up at the same time but everyone enjoyed the food. I wasn’t too hungry so had Estonian garlic bread which is basically fried rye bread with a garlic mayo dip. Given that the U.K. food police don’t like restaurants offering fried bread at breakfast any more it was a pleasure to enjoy a tradition dish!
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