Wood. and black walls. That's what first hits you when you first walk in - but it's OK, we get it, the photography theme is strong here, and the dark room element is understandable. Sparse interiors with photography paraphernalia everywhere, and old nostalgic photos lying around, really set the tone for this cafe - we felt right at home! But right, to business, what else do they have to offer? Well, there's a menu full of classic and alternative (their words) teas, which will keep fancy pants drinkers to more traditional sippers appeased, and a variety of coffees to match, however, the sweet and savoury snacks deserve special mention, especially the 'pampuchy', a mix between a roll and a doughnut. It's worth noting that until mid-December, every Mon evening they organise a folk music event where you can learn to sing and dance (translations provided!), with no reservation or fee required! A great idea for a cafe, so snap up the chance to go there. Sorry for the pun. Please note, the premises will be blosed 10-26 August 2019.