Despite the fact the venue is only new to the area, there’s a warmth to Parlour Coffee that makes it feel like it’s been there a lifetime. The vintage-inspired cafe is based on the old-fashioned parlour rooms where you would entertain guests. With only a handful of breakfast options and a handful of lunch options, Parlour Coffee favours quality over quantity and offers a farmhouse-style with a dash of nostalgia. If time is on your side, pick at the ploughman’s board or bite into the beef cheek baguette that is topped with mustard, shaved greens and red onion gravy. If coffee and cake tickles your fancy, the coffee is roasted in-house and transformed by a Slayer espresso machine and the banana bread and carrot cake is also baked fresh in-house.