Recently opened, we ventured through its doors just a little too late for bekkie. We settled for a coffee and a gingerbread flavoured hot choc for the other reviewer. Nice setting, clean and tidy with a good amount of staff.
Prices were a bit steep for what you got (£1.79 for a small coffee) and the sandwiches were a bit expensive too (£5) to temp me in for another visit. We were asked three times if we wanted anything else other than just two drinks which was a bit pushy.
I went to the toilet and was scaled by the hot jet of water from the sink. Like beanscene, there are various yummy mummys and their progeny running riot without a care in the world for any other person trying to relax (!!). I mentioned to a member of staff that they should put a sign on the sink advising that the water is extremely hot as I had just burned myself - "Oh" i got, no apology, nothing.
We returned on a later date to try again. Same surly service and the amount of froth on the coffee was a laugh! I had only touched the coffee to remove the froth.
For the price I would expect it to be full cup!
Lesson learned, we won't be back.
Where is it: - D'Nisi