Mill Cove Gallery Cafe

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A short menu offers simple, wholesome daytime light meals and snacks, such as good soups and breads, quiches, salads, cakes and traditional desserts – flavoursome homemade food that suits the setting perfectly and is reasonably priced.

Mill Cove Gallery Cafe

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