- Places to eat
A friendly, positive environment that makes for a great night out.
Cafe Kino is a not-for-profit co-operative owned and operated by its workers, and run in part by volunteers.
Friendly atmosphere, great food, great staff.
Make fresh (usually vegan) soup daily and use top quality produce from local suppliers.
Maitreya Social - Vegetarian, seasonal menus, new bar and east-side hang-out.
Child friendly, unfussy and down-to-earth.
Fabulous 16th Century house with original features and cosy fires.
Traditional English tearoom in 18th Century building. Two floors, log fires, garden.
Seems casual but the enviro is very nice, very friendly staff. Not very ecological though - serving on plastic, throw-away plates.