On one cold winters day I was flat hunting running between Chapel Allerton and Roundhay in the hope that I would find something that didn't resemble a student den or a box room. I decided to stop for some lunch to read over my notes and ponder some over right move.
I've heard great things about Sunshine Bakery and seen their delicious looking wares at food events such as cornucopia at the corn exchange.
A cup of tea and something warm was just what I required.
Tea for one came with old lady style crockery and a teapot which filled my cup many times.
For lunch I decided on the tomato and red pepper soup (arrange of soups on display on a black board near the counter) with some freshly baked red pepper bread.
The bread felt and tasted as if it had just come out of the oven. Warm, moist, fluffy and divine. The red pepper wasn't overpowering instead handled itself nicely.
The soup was perfect just what I needed.
I looked on longingly at the cakes on display but as the tiny place started to fill up I felt bad for taking up a table as a single person.
The tiniest of cafés you might struggle to find a seat on a busy day but lots of people were dropping in to take out.
The staff are incredibly friendly and nice, it was clear they have regulars too. Now I've moved close to the area it's definitely somewhere to go again and this time have some cake!