Food and drink
Typical café dishes (sandwiches, cakes, soup, big breakfasts) combined with crazy additions like vindaloo and potaje (a Spanish version of Scouse). There’s nothing fancy about the presentation, but the food is good and honest.
Lively, thanks to the tunes that make you want to bop, but not loud.
Informal, but extraordinarily friendly.
A perfectly lovely spot on the River Dee, with some tables at the water’s edge.
Breakfasts, paninis, sandwiches and heartier meals (no frills) start at around a fiver.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- People watching