This was a trip with Alice as Kerry was off riding a camel, as you do.
I expected just a coffee shop but it is a fully blown restaurant – post visit research says it was expanded so I was right, just out of date. We took a seat at the counter, tables seemed to be for pre-bookings, although that may depend on what day you go I suppose. Whilst we were there there was never a spare seat so clearly a popular place on a Sunday.
I had a decaf latte and a brownie – in my defense the cake option was limited so I had to go back on my promise not to have brownies. Alice ordered a skinny latte but we think she got a flat white, which is kind of the same I guess, she also had smashed Avocado with poached eggs and chili on toast.
The coffee was really nice – drinking form a glass always seems to add to the enjoyment! Not the largest cup I’ve ever had but it was a tad too bitter so was sipped and savoured rather than sweetened and gulped. Brownie was nice too, soft and chewy, no crunch.
Alice’s smashed avocado with poached eggs, and chili on toast was good, 1 egg was runny one wasn’t. It came with a lemon wedge too.
The place itself used to be a bank but now it is exposed brick painted white, simple and cool without tripping into hipster – apart from the moustaches on the staff…