It gave the impression of a family run business which was warm and welcoming.
Mismatched furniture, good use of lighting and attractive wall hangings; creating a commodious Mediterranean setting. They have really made an effort to create a homely vibe with a large magazine, newspaper, book selection, toys, tasteful art and a spoilt for choice dining arrangement. I went there on its second day of opening and it already had a steady flow of customers.
They serve Prima Tazza coffee. I ordered a flat white which was nicely presented in an orange/red cup and saucer. A few tempting treats (muffins, slices, brownies) were laid out on the counter. I studied the menu which offered all day breakfast and lunch. Menu highlights were 'Buttermilk Pancakes', 'Greek omelette' and the aptly named 'Hangover'.