Came here post lockdown restrictions so maybe the team was not back into its routine fully yet. Had a soy and regular latte. One coffee was way too cold (and no we are not old and hot hot hot people) and the normal latte looked more like a soy from a milk consistency perspective. Taste was all right. Food was also not impressive, regular white toast instead of proper wholesome bread. Place looks nice and has all the potential. Prices are very reasonable so perhaps they can slightly up the price and quality to be come a stand out.
Walk into this busy cafe, sit either out front, inside front room or out back. Doesn’t matter where you sit the food will taste great and the coffee is just the right strength and textured to perfection. Anywhere else the Vegan Breakfast could be a bit ordinary, but not at Saffs, it’s a corker. Apparently the mushroom soup was just like mum used to make. We’ll be back for our just desserts.
Bigger out the back then expected with a nice log look fire and rustic seating with interesting artwork around. Decent prices and large helping of brekkie. My cappuccino was creamy and had decent froth too. Temperature and strength good too although could have been slightly stronger and hotter for me. Quick service and helpful... and I think there's free wifi!
Cosy surrounds and winter ambience with a roaring fireplace on a freezing July day. This frozen out of towner from a warmer climate found a good brunch of affordable and plentiful serve of bacon and eggs but sadly the cappuccino was forgettable. Need a qualified Barista and stronger coffee beans. Too insipid a brew. I had to go back of course and played it safe and had a pot of English breakfast tea this time to wash down the bacon and eggs. With a good strong coffee this café would be perfect.
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