At first glance, Cross Cafe seems a small, rather unsuspecting cafe with a coffee sipper, or two, sitting outside. But step through the glass threshold, and you'll find this cosy cafe is not lacking in personality, quality coffee, or food.
Photographic artworks from the local school decorate one of the walls, while books and magazines sit on the shelf, beckoning you for their perusal. The warm, earthy green and brown tones of the restaurant makes Cross Cafe feel very relaxed and homey, while locals, and local business workers, casually stroll in and out of the cafe where they're greeted on a first name basis.
As for the food, freshly-made sandwiches, rolls, and muffins spread across the glass display, which quickly becomes bare after the rush of the lunch hour. Soon to follow in the disappearing act are the large cookies, dessert slices, and chocolate brownies in the tall glass jars atop the sandwich display. The hot drinks are also rather decently priced (considering the location) at a standard cost of $3.50.