Ice-cream, you scream, we all scream for ice-cream!
Lickety Split is designed to look like a 1950’s American diner. The floor is tiled with black and white squares. The seating is fuchsia pink. Which is in contrast to the white-topped silver chrome framed tables Lickety Split is only on one floor. With every cup of coffee They do they provide a miniature ice cream cone held by a tiny contraption on the saucer of the coffee cup. Sometimes it’s the small details that make one feel extra special. Their ice-creams come in either a cone or a tub and come in three sizes. Small to large. You are also able to order ice cream from Lickety Split if you live close to the area. Lickety Split has a wide range of options when it comes to ice cream that I noticed during my visit. I chose the cinnamon and it was delightful. The staff at Lickety Split is keen and happy to help. Menus can be found on the tables themselves. There is no app to order your food.
Sadly, Lickety Split didn’t have any braille menus. But as I have said before the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff can make up for this shortcoming. There was a small step up into the building and an A-board sign outside. There is plenty of room to manoeuvre ones self around in a wheelchair between the seating. The disabled toilets are clean, and plainly decorated but a little bit narrow. The lighting is bright in both the bathrooms and in the café itself. The noise level is quiet but I believe this largely depends on the customers that come to the café.
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