It doesn't look much from the road, but stepping through the front doors leads you into what feels like Nana's kitchen itself! You can sit at the laced topped tables and enjoy a huge range of homemade cakes and slices with tea or coffee. They also offer homemade quiche, soup and salads for those looking for a light lunch.
Once you are refreshed, you can browse the many antique gifts and crafts on sale around the store.
The warm hospitality of the enthusiastic ladies behind the counter and the array of home and garden magazines set out upon the table will have you really feeling like you really are at Nana's house.
I totally disagree with what has been posted by Lydia, we were in that shop today and what a rip off the food was and the coffee was bloody disgusting. My wife had one of the worst sandwiches she has ever had and I had the most disgusting quiche and salad. I would class it as a second hand / op shop and would not class it as a antique / coffee shop full stop. The short and very rude lady behind the counter should be reported to the council as no food license was visible, how are they allowed to operate is beyond me.