It is a small café with only about half a dozen tables inside. There are a few more outside, but it was a little cold for open-air dining.
This bakery makes their own pizzas, bread, bagels, soups, sandwiches, salads and pastries. A 10-inch cheese-and-tomato pizza was $6.95, with extra toppings at $1 each. Beer, wine, soft drinks, and coffee are also available.
They are open daily from 7am to 10pm and offer a delivery service as well as collect your own takeaway. I was never full during our visits, and there were people in and out all the time.
We ate here on two separate occasions, and there were always plenty of young, untidy people about, both behind the counter and talking to the servers; they all had long hair and reminded us of hippies. The place was clean and tidy, and you could see the pizza being made in the kitchen.
Sheffield, United Kingdom
August 5, 2006
From journal Where are the Bears?