Saturday, 30 August 2014
This bijou café is located in a former bank premises at the side entrance to Stormont, the seat of government in Northern Ireland.
We like it.
The room isn't large, though the loftiness of the ceiling, the plasterwork and ambiance enhance this place in an uncommon way.
Parking is easy.
This morning I ordered the toasted soda farls with butter and scambled eggs: perfectly seasoned eggs mixed with little cream, I reckon.
I enjoyed this breakfast with Earl Grey tea.
My aunt had a savoury scone with coffee.