mjbryanMember since 08 Mar 2008
A dingy, poky little cafe in an otherwise good location. Doesn't have the quality of Costa but sadly it still retains the ludicrous pricing.
On the positive side the barmaid was very friendly and you could see that work was going on to add a eating area. So maybe I caught it on a bad day and it is heading for better days.
I will revisit and see how it progresses but pubs need more than a handful of locals to survive these days.
The pastries and other food are also of a very high standard although a little on the pricey side but you are paying for the best.
The only negative would be the seating. Some people think 4 people on an A3 sized table is quaint. Myself I prefer to relax with my coffee and not be crunched up on a hard pine seat with no where to put your pastry.
Certainly one of my favourite Fitness Firsts and I have been to a few