This is not a typical cafe. Jim is from Gloucestershire, via the world, thirty odd years ago. He is a character, who loves Mountain View and the BVI and his passion is infectious. Do not come for haute cuisine, but for dinner with a friend. I visited three times in two days, so I was enthralled by his world. Dinner is a maximum of two tables. The food is good, but not a culinary delight. The welcome and conversation is unmissable. Come at least once. You will love it or not. But I think most people would.
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