Location makes all the difference to this contemporary offshoot of the Balls Brothers chain. Nestled into a quiet corner behind Trinity Square, with windows opening right back & a few alfresco tables balanced on the narrow pavement, it’s an alluring spot if you want to escape for an hour or so. Everything on the short lunch menu is made from scratch: share a baked Camembert with cranberry jelly, or try a build-your-own sirloin steak sandwich with chunky chips & as many additional toppings as you like. Cocktails cost up to £7.50, beers drinkers have bottles of Beck’s, Sol & Peroni, & the wine list offers a wide range of fizz, plus plenty of easy drinking for £20 or less.
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