A smart café-restaurant offering strong renditions of classic dishes and some killer cakes
Rosylee sits next to the rambunctious Hula Tiki Lounge, so can be easily overlooked when searching for some grub. It’s a different species altogether, though – the interior is the epitome of elegance; checkerboard floors and heavenly white tiling overlooking sturdy wooden furniture and black surfaces.
The menu is big, but includes more than a few great dishes. Goat’s Cheese Bon Bons (£6.50) deliver a beautiful pairing of panko breadcrumbs and ultra-rich goat’s cheese, and the fish and chips (£11.95) is faultless. If opting for the cream tea (£8.95), the homemade scones won’t disappoint, and there are vegetarian and gluten-free options available, too.
Save room for pudding, because the chocolate éclairs and victoria sponge cake with fresh whipped cream are both awesomely indulgent treats. However, it’s the subtle addition of rose water in the crème brulee that makes it pick of the desserts.
11 Stevenson Quarter