As the name suggests, this tightly-arranged cafe is architecturally on the small side, yet it fills it's hole-in-the-wall style space with careful consideration to create a cosy and socially-encouraging environment.
Shiny chrome stools and an assortment of chintzy crockery work offset the natural wood tables and rustic brickwork, giving the space an uncanny but distinctive feel.
Coffee is notable and highly regarded by loyal locals. The food also deserves its fair share of attention, with an attractive weekly specials board to accompany separate menus for both breakfast and lunch. Breakfast favourites are homemade crumpets served with ricotta and blueberry jam, while lunch offers up sandwiches packed full with pork belly, ham and pea or poached chicken.
Takeaway is also available for every item – something that suits the steady stream of customers that flock in.
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