My girls and I came across Parc when one of them was going upstairs to have make- up done. What a gem! I had the liver pate with potato and rosemary bread. So yummy, all the interesting preserves and pickles on the plate made it...More
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A lovely little restaurant away from the madding crowd. The eggs Benedict I had for breakfast was particularly good. The overall meal was a bit pricey though. Worth a visit.
A delightful place, friendly staff, efficient service. We were there for breakfast and even though they were busy there was no unnecessary delay with the food. The menu is limited if you have the younger members of the family with, especially if they are not...More
When I feel like spoiling myself with a great breakfast, this little venue is my preference. At lunch time on certain days, you are spoilt with some great local musical talent. The menu, be it breakfast or lunch, offer some great unusual options. I love...More
For the first time, I was disappointed with the new addition to the Open Sandwich menu - the Lamb & Beef Keftedes (Meat balls), served on bed of sliced lettuce and chopped tomatoes. The raw red onions cut too large, same as the chopped tomatoes.The...More
Really great breakfasts that have never disappointed. Definitely go here if you like eggs for breakfast. The coffee is quite average but the other beverage offerings makes up for the average coffee.
Went for an awesome Sunday breakfast. Unique café with different menu choices on interior blackboard. Was busy and meal was great - definitely recommend. Fresh bread brought in from Glenwood Bakery next door. Good service.
Quaint setup on the pavement that serves fantastic food. Brilliant service, delicious coffee. The breads are bought from the bakery next door - also a must visit. I loved the entire experience. I saw many locals having the oats so I thinks its a safe...More