Being a sister café to Laine, My Love
, Fia Café
and Little Frieda’s
I knew I was in for a treat before even arriving.
I have to say though, interior wise – I think this is my favourite of them all.
The café can be found down a quite road, where there’s not much else but dainty houses and a green. It’s a really calm area, barely any cars passing on the road and none of the common city noises to interrupt your train of thought.
It already seems to be a hot spot with the locals. Upon arriving, all the seats outside had been taken and dogs were dozing off under their owners legs.
Inside, it’s much larger than I had expected. There’s ample seating including about four stools at the window, for lone eaters looking to people watch.
The lunch menu is simple but effective – A gourmet ham and cheese toasty, scrambled eggs, soup of the day and two specials.
The café is open from 8am-4pm Tuesday-Friday and then from 10am-4pm on Saturday and Sunday.
There’s so many lovely cafés opening as of late but this has been one of my favourites.