I’ve been meaning to try this place for a while after spying it on trip showcasing their amazing rustic home style looking food. It’s not too far from broad street so perfect excuse to have a drink before heading there or after ;).
The cafe/ restaurant is in a complex and is quite a small yet cosy and warming. I didn’t want to have any starters so I ordered what I was looking forward to the fish and chips. When I looked at the pictures this was one of the reasons why I wanted to come here they did look really yummy. I love the presentation with newspaper style paper on a glass work top savour, the little jar of tartar sauce and the really cute little pots of salt and peppers awww. They also gave two slices of bread which I didn’t eat, the portion size was a good size for me but I’ve had much bigger fish and larger portion of chips in others places.
I did think the fish and chips were ok, I have had better even though it did look quite tasty I did think it needed more seasoning. For dessert I ordered the sticky toffee pudding which was truly delish it did look like the typical sticky toffee you get it was more of a deep brown colour compared to the usual caramel colour but it was yummy really yummy.
Website: Ju Ju’s Cafe