Find this excellent café/restaurant in this interesting contemporary centre.
The kitchen offers a menu designed to cover all bases - composed largely of food produced locally and given full provenance on the menu.
You can just pop-in and enjoy a cup of coffee - perhaps with a cake or flapjack.
Whilst Lunch brings everything from Homemade Soup & various Ploughman's through interesting Open Sandwiches & Wraps to main course Salads & blackboard specials.
The kitchen's ambitions grow further in the evening, when a full à la carte menu comes on stream, with starters such as 'Pan-Fried Free Range Chicken Livers on Toast with Fresh Herbs & Wild Mushrooms'; 'Coolattin Cheddar & Brennan's Smoked Bacon Rarebit (Rabbit) with Rocket & David Llewellyns Cider Balsamic'; 'Asian-Style Prawn & Haddock Spring Rolls with Fresh Ginger & Chili Dip' and 'McCormicks Farm Salad Leaves with Knockdrinna Goats Cheese, Mileeven Organic Honey & Toasted Hazelnuts' setting the style.
Perhaps 'Fish Chips in Beer Batter, with Tartare Sauce, Mushy Peas & Potato Wedges'; 'Aubergine & Courgette Moussaka with Mixed Leaves & Irish Regato & Garlic Toast'; 'Brennan's Double Lamb Chop with Cheesy Potato Bake, Greens & Red Wine Gravy'; 'Chicken, Ham & Leek Puff Pastry Pie in a Course Grain Mustard Sauce with Champ' - plus a selection of Steaks and Fresh Fish dishes (the latter listed on a blackboard).
Perhaps finish with 'New York-style Baked Lemon Cheesecake with Boozeberries'; 'Warm Chocolate Brownie with Chocolate Sauce & Vanilla Ice Cream' or the days Crumble.
- Food Style: Budget Restaurants - the best
- Lunch: Mon-Sat 10.30-17.00, Sun Brunch 12.00-16.00
- Dinner: Thurs-Sat 18.00-21.30, set Early Supper between 18.00-19.00 22 (2 courses), £26 (3 courses); mains about 18 to 27
- Wine: a concise list kicks over at around
- Children's portions: Yes, when possible
- Wheelchair access: Yes
- Parking: Yes