I can't recommend this place. It's always been expensive considering it's location and lack of sunlight. The cafe is small, with a small courtyard surrounded by unremarkable grey buildings blocking all sunlight. They've just made a new menu. A glass of wine has gone up by 50%, making it one of the more expensive places. The outdoor seating consists of plastic chairs & tables more suitable for cafeteria than an expensive cafe. Service is slow, and poor. As one reviewer noted, there are heaps of great places in the area to have a drink or meal where being gay is never a problem. The food is bland. Contrary to what another reviewer wrote, the prices are not typical if you consider the location, decor and what is available elsewhere.
Don't waste your time.
A small open air café known for its mellow tunes, in a cul-de-sac on the main shopping street. Nice to have a drink before or after dinner time.
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