Service was friendly enough and the food arrived pretty promptly. Between us we sampled various pizzas - spicy sausage being a popular choice with two of those ordered plus a salami calabrese one and a mushroom, parmesan and truffle oil one. There was also a couple of portions of chips, a roast chicken, lemon mayo, avocado and watercress sandwich in Turkish bread and a gruyere and smoked ham sandwich with French butter in a Parisian baguette.
There were noises of appreciation for the pizza plus an odd "gosh it's got a kick" comment regarding the spicy sausage. The pizza bases were thin and crispy just how I like it. Chips were deliciously crispy and seasoned with flakes of sea salt. The accompanying aioli wasa great dip.
I really enjoyed the roast chicken sandwich once I'd seasoned it with a touch of salt. Steve liked it but preferred the pizza. I found the chicken and watercress and avocado combo juicy and went well with the delicious bread. I couldn't really taste the lemon mayo though and I think a citrus tang would have been a good additional flavour.
Mr and Mrs Barnes enjoyed the ham and cheese sandwich. It was described as Charles Arnaud Gruyère de Comté, Pastoral double smoked leg ham & beurre d’isigny French butter on house baked Parisian style baguette which sounds a lot more impressive than ham and cheese sandwich. It came with a little pot of mustard which Cam thoroughly enjoyed; so much so that more than a dollop went on his pizza...
The young uns indulged in the kids menu of fish fingers and also some pizza followed by ice cream and their choices certainly looked kid friendly as well as fresh and wholesome.
We were really impressed by the quality of the food and if in the area again would be our lunchplace of choice.