The Larder is the kind of place you end up at when the text thread started at 10am with “Holy sh*t, I need food RN.” It’s casual enough that you can show up in your stretchy pants (so it at least looks like you did something other than complain about your hangover this morning), and you’ll also be able to get coffee into your system in record time. It’s also a good spot for a quiet solo lunch, or to pop into for a casual dinner.
The Larder At Burton Way is permanently closed.
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