We came here on a wintery Sunday at 12:30pm. The maître dee was rather rude after we enquired about the wait time on food. A fair question given that we had to wait for a table, the place was bustling and my father had a plane to catch at 2:30… Anyway, we were seated and served in due course and it was a lovely meal. A touch fancier than most café food (think seaweed ‘chips’ or polenta fries with your tempura fish) but wholesome and filling – they have tried hard with their menu to put a spin on the ordinary and it shows.
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