It's a friendly cafe with good wholesome food at reasonable prices. Pizza has a thin and crispy crust, just the way I like it, and the soup's thick and creamy. Comfortable place for a simple meal.
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This little cafe has a lovely, European feel and is always really busy. The music was fun and eclectic. We popped in for lunch - Cumberland sausage ciabatta and mozzarella, tomato and home-made pesto ciabatta. The coffee was very good and the cafe also serves...More
It gets very busy! We were lucky to find a small table in the corner and room for the dog. We had delicious hot chocolate and cake. We met Mary, a local lady who told us the history of the building and is a regular...More
We love everything about this little place. You can not book as it is quite small but it is always buzzing. Such a great feeling from when you walk through the the door. All the staff are really friendly and music is great. Lovely selection...More
Me and my wife stumbled across this wee place a few weeks ago, small unpretentious place with bags of character and flavour. Don't understand people who think they can jump to the front because of a pregnancy... Take no notice of this nonsense, as you...More
North pizzas available,staff unsure but quirk and great tapas,loved it would deffo return as unique, wouldn't look out of place in Manchester northern quarter or soho! Good spot 😆
Very happy to report that the many positive reviews on TripAdvisor about this place are spot on. Be prepared to wait for a table (great beer to pass the time), to be amazed at the size of the "kitchen" and then be amazed at the...More