Replacing the old Tim’s Cafe, the bright purple front attracts people into this small and cosy place to eat. It only seats about 15 people, so not the biggest place around and little room for buggies.
Staff are very friendly and my dining partner and I had a late breakfast of a bacon roll and stoats porridge (both £1.95). Coffee is Artisan Roast and the suki tea is presented well in matching suki tea pots (both £2.20).
People popped in and out for takeaway coffees (mainly mums with buggies who couldn’t get in). Bathrooms are located behind the counter if you need.
They do cater for children (young plums) with a menu of toasties, or cereal and milk for early mornings. Can’t fault the food or friendly service here, but the small premises means you leave with the fried food smell on your clothes and there’s not much room to manoeuvre around the tables.
Suitable for disabled? It is on ground level, but little room to move around in for wheelchairs.