We stopped at Lyttelton’s quirky Shroom Room. We just wanted hot drinks, but the food looked enticing (all vegetarian). They did serve hot chocolate in a glass – not my choice, but there were chocolate buttons on the side to compensate. There are several indoor rooms, plus outdoor tables in the adjacent Albion Square.
Lord Lyttelton first visited the port that had been named after him on 5 February 1868.
“The food looked tasty to consume
at the character-full Shroom Room.”