Lots of goodies to behold - takes a while to get to the back of the shop where the cheese awaits as i was way laid by condiments and cracker vehicles to put the cheese on. Once you hit the fridges the proprieters are happy to hel- offering us coffee beans to smell and delicious cheese slivers to ponder on. I was impressed by their knowledge and the pride in sourcing quality produce- some from the local area. Bit pricey but i suppose that's what i should expect.
My friend lives nearby and insisted i'd love this place and i did! Great selection of food products but also cosmetics- i've been buying eco- conscious cosmetics and general body products on the net but found the prices at Unicorn very competetive (just wish i lived nearby). I also liked trying out some cocoa-bean niblet type things out for free- an educational journey it was!
When i got home i had a nosey at the website and they have a living roof too.
Whenever i pop to Leeds (quite a way off as i live in Lancashire), i always try to shop here as it has such a good range of products. The organic fruit and veg is seasonal and of good quality and the service is excellent.
Wonderful food and relaxed atmosphere. The food is well made and thoughtfully prepared and i felt i was giving my body a treat by polishing off a baked potato with roasted veggies and a cup of milky comforting Chai tea. Also there is a well stocked shop at the back of the cafe.
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