Time Out says
Homely café that’s recently undergone a refit. Breakfasts span everything from the full English to granola with yoghurt – all accompanied by homemade bread.
An unassuming café at the bottom of Call Lane, this lovely little spot recently increased its square footage with a newly renovated upstairs. There’s a relaxed, rustic, homely feel with framed pictures on the wall, a wooden counter where sweets are displayed, and comfy seats with soft cushions that invite you to sit.
Breakfast is served till 11.30am and is available to take away, or eat in for an extra 50p, and has plenty of tempting items. Service is swift and the menu easy to navigate, including items such as a classic full English (the Graze breakfast, £5), a grilled halloumi, mushroom and tomato sandwich (£3), and homemade granola with yoghurt and fresh fruit compote (£2.45), all of which come with a choice of homemade bread – be it white or granary – made using locally milled organic flour.