There has been a change of ownership at this location. It's now called Soma Espresso and they have changed to Campos beans. Blink and you'll miss it, so best to do your homework before going there. There's parking in the nearest side street and a few spots out the front. The old furniture has been retained i.e. the antique looking counter and the cafe tables, but the shiny black La Marzocco with its partnered black Robur don't fit in as well as the former restored 1950s vintage espresso machine and grinder. Be careful when ordering, as a 'small' is what I'm used to and their 'regular' is mug sized. My flat white was well made and the taste was what Campos would expect from their standard blend, a hint of fruit and caramel. There's not much nearby in the way of good coffee so I'm glad for the locals that this site remains an option.
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