So named because it was originally built to service the train line before the age of the dining car, this small corner cafe opposite the train station is off the rails in every sense. It's a hipster throwback to the 1950s and '60s, with laminate tables, lots of retro furniture and a relaxed overlay of stylish chic.
The menu is more contemporary, ranging from beetroot and potato fritters to Vietnamese-style egg omelettes with duck. Coffee is good, too. Ironically, given its location, you'll need your own wheels to get here. There's a concise kids' menu.