This from the outside looked like a no thrills traditional English cafe. When we entered we were quickly acknowledged and sat at a cleanly prepared table. Although not busy when we visited sittings seemed to indicate this may get busy at peak.
We ordered the soup which came out in good time . It had a real home cooked flavour which was better than I have had in many restaurants. The accompanying brown bread was particularly tasty and a generous portion. With. the butter provided it would have been a treat on its own.
Prices were not the budget end but reflected the service and the quality of the food.
As we left into the murky afternoon we were offered the use of an umbrella. Such genuine concern for a visiting strangers have I rarely come across before.
Even if the food had not been as tasty, they would deserve 5 stars for that.
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