You arrive at Alderlea Farm and after you overcome being stunned by the beauty of the Southern view down into the lush valley and up again to the mountains in the distance, you find your way, noticing a luring choice of outdoor seating, through the lovely, informal entrance into the warmth of the café.
You have the strange feeling of being at home, making yourself comfortable, enjoying the Nature-based decor and art. You go to the counter to peruse and order the mouth-watering items on the menu (good luck trying to decide) being greeted with warmth and delight and you feel your presence is actually bringing genuine pleasure to inspired Cook Katy, who radiates deep joy in her work.
There's a beautiful feeling of authenticity as you co-create your experience. It's a popular place and you think it'll probably take ages to get served BUT sooner than you expect, the intoxicating smells wafting in the air arrive in front of you, gorgeously presented on your plate, tastefully decorated with flowers and such. Every bite is scrumptious and, if you're clever enough to go on a Sunday evening, Farmer John will bake you THE BEST PIZZA in his wood-fired oven that an Italian chef who I dined with last Sunday evening described as 'the best on the Island'! I believe it!
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