Every community in Aberdeen needs a little cafe like this.
It’s modern, the staff are friendly and the food perfectly priced.
Arriving, the place was full of families and young children, with the occasional couple sat quietly talking.
A friendly waitress advised us of the day’s soup and took our orders.
I opted for the soup and sandwich combo (£6.95) – classic ham, cheese and pickle on soft white bread.
Alongside was a hearty bowl of homemade tomato and basil soup.
Rich with tomatoes and a hint of fragrant basil – it was just a pinch of salt away from perfect.
My fiancé, a huge fan of jacket potatoes, ordered hers stuffed with chilli and cheese (£7.95).
The chilli was pleasantly warming, not too hot, but packed full of spices and in a rich tomato sauce.
Her potato itself was perfectly cooked with crisp skin and was lovely and fluffy inside.
Her lunch was served alongside a small side-salad and a portion of crisps.