- review added on Fri 18th Jun 2004
Don't be put off by the tiny interior - there's only about 6 tables inside, but the ambience is cosy and i love the chairs (go and see what i mean). Most importantly, the food is awesome!The menu consists mostly vegetarian dishes. Must try are the cawl and sausages. Too bad they only serve two sausages with salad/fries as a main dish. I thought they should have at least dished up four.Another favourite of mine is the mussels served in a special kind of spicy sauce.Do try their Lover's Cup. It's a truly unique warm drink. You either love it or hate it.Service could have been better with more staff (there's only one person working there, and the chef) but it's not such a big deal when the food is oh, so fine, and oh, so affordable. Lunch costs an average 8 quid per person for starters, main dish and drinks.
Recommended Dishes: mussels meriyyned (sp?)
- review added on Tue 4th Apr 2006
This place was recommended to me by several people who have travelled through over the years. By all accounts it HAD a good reputation, but it was dirty, poor service, poor food.