Royal Exchange Grand Café & Bar
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Royal Exchange Grand Café & Bar information
This lovely cafe-restaurant sits in the middle of the covered courtyard of the beautiful Royal Exchange building and is a good place to people-watch. The food runs the gamut from breakfast, salads and sandwiches to oysters (from £11 a half-dozen) and rabbit cassoulet (£13.50).