Advantages Cheap(ish), window seats for people-watching, central, lively, good variety of food
Disadvantages Fills up quite quickly, so hard to get seats
The Queen's Lane Coffee house is, according to the signs painted on its peachy-coloured walls, the oldest coffee house in Europe. It certainly doesn't look it - the owners have done a good job making it brightly-coloured and vaguely contemporary looking, if neither trendy nor glamorous. The food is reasonably good, pitched somewhere between bistro and greasy spoon, with lots of variety (loads of different sandwiches and cakes, as well as Greek and Italian platters and an assortment of hot dishes). The service is also quick and reliable, and prices are good for the area. However, if you've a ...