Stopped for a coffee while wandering around the village. Quite busy but found an outside table. One of our party is a coffee aficionado and criticises all coffees - hard to please. However, he felt it was okay and the rest of us were quite happy with our choices. The place is small and they roast on the premises. We've seen that process and they certainly know what they're doing. The food is slightly more expensive than some other places but usually very good. Staff are friendly although can be a bit offhand when it's really busy (understandably). Overall worth a visit
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