The menu comprises starters, main courses, desserts and tantalising coffee-time treats. This means visitors to the Midlands can pop in at any hour of the day. I haven’t had a twice-baked cheese soufflé in years and my order was a scrumptious savoury delight. It was the cheesiest of cheesy soufflés.
Mains include dishes such as burgers, tagines, pies, ragouts and seafood tagliatelle. Dietary requirements are catered for, as are children’s requirements.
Desserts include ‘cool’ options like milk tart cigars, meringue towers and white-chocolate bavarois. There’s also a very tempting cheese board.
Coffee, coffee and more coffee. I suggest you indulge in your entire weekly dose of coffee-drinking in one day. I advise you to study the coffee menu before making a commitment. You’ll get the very best Irish coffee and iced coffees here. All other hot drinks, as well as cooldrinks and great-value wines (with by-the-glass options), are also served.
You’ll be treated with warmth and friendliness that comes from the heart – and you can expect professional service from a team that is considered family, not employees. Sinjon Wicks takes the cake (or the coffee!) for going that extra mile to ensure each guest enjoys a memorable experience.
The aroma of deep-roasting coffee adds to the laidback mood of this relaxed environment, where an industrial roaster pumps out a variety of beans for discerning coffee-holics. As a working coffee-producing environment, the business air adds an exciting energy.
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