Well worth a visit for tasty food with a European twist. A stand-out for commitment to house-made and locally sourced food and drinks. Makes a good line of cakes and pastries, which are more interesting and better than most local cafes. Will also barter with you for quality spare garden produce. Croque Monsieur I ate was not cheap for what is essentially a toastie, but the bread, ham and cheese were all great quality, so very enjoyable. Baked eggs with ham hock and lentils was a bit bland, but the sourdough alongside was delicious. Service can be patchy and slow at times but worth persevering.
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