Their menu is small, but changes daily and looks like it’ll always have something good going on. I had a goat cheese, roasted tomato and rocket sandwhich on rye, which was deeelish. They also make ice cream, following traditional French recipes, “using loads of free range eggs and cream or top quality fruit”. I tried some of their ginger ice cream, which was super rich and creamy, but could have had a stronger flavour. To drink, they have fresh orange juice and good coffee from Colombo round the corner. Of course being a bakery, their artisanal breads are their specialty. They produce five varieties and a daily special on rotation. The grissini is addictive!
All round a great place with a relaxed vibe to chill out and have a chat over coffee and some of their yummy snacks. I’ll definitely be going back. When you visit be sure to check their baking times and opening hours on their site to avoid disappointment. You can also find them on Facebook.