We've been several times to this new Portuguese style eatery and it has the potential to be great. Run by a British chef with experience of Portuguese cuisine he and his business partner have done a good job.
A laid back atmosphere, sofa seating if you want, tastefully decorated and furnished. I think the menu will evolve into a more complete offering but it's great to see different things on a cafe style menu. Portions are not huge but so long as the prices remain as they are then I've no quibbles. A couple of things that would improve the place immediately, suitable seating or high chairs for children and foodwise, please no soft pappy supermarket sliced bread with the soup!! Make it a crusty chunk of decent white or granary, of course they may have run out of the decent stuff the day I had soup but an emergency supply in the freezer isn't beyond a possibility.
Try the place, I'm sure you'll be surprised by what at first appearance might be a typical mill shop cafe but is, in fact, a decent destination in it's own right!
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