By Divya Shastri
Best for Afternoon Tea: Chapters Tea Room
A cosy and inviting establishment, Chapters Tea Room is the perfect place for afternoon tea. There is a great selection of food and drink, with items such as hot chocolate, scones and sandwiches available.
Best for Cakes: 9 Altars
Nine Altars has delicious cakes at great prices; the slices they give you are huge and heavenly. You may not be able to finish it, but you will definitely try. I highly recommend the Lemon Curd or Chocolate Cake.
Friendliest Service: Waffley Good Company
Waffely Good Company wins me over on many fronts. The service is always friendly and the options are endless. The waffles are super fluffy and you can choose between sweet and savoury. I love the ‘You Cheddar Believe It’ and the ‘Choco Indulgence’.
Best for Burgers: Tango
Tango’s tagline is “no bull…best burger in town”. With monstrously sized burgers which have a range of toppings, a selection of meat and vegetarian burger options, delectable cheesy chips and a good range of starters and salads, Tango is one of the most frequented restaurants in town. It also has student discounts so you don’t have to worry too much about the impact on your wallet, just on your stomach.
Feeling Fancy: The Cellar Door
Tucked away in a narrow lane down precarious steps lies The Cellar Door .The restaurant’s aim is to serve fine food with friendly service. The menu is highly intriguing with dishes such as squid ink tempura and a black olive and charcoal cheesecake. This is definitely the place for someone with a refined palate.
Photographs by Divya Shastri