If you're unsure, a flat white is a version of the humble cappuccino, where the milk is steamed to a velvety consistency rather than a frothy aerated one.
Luckily J. Atkinson won the Best Flat White accolade and a Five Cup accreditation. To you and me that's five stars out of five. They're a bit like the Michelin stars of the hot beverage industry.
The Hall is one of J. Atkinson's tea rooms/coffeehouses, effortlessly cool, old movies are projected and roll above as you sip your brew. I sipped on Atkinson's Lancaster Blend, deep & refreshing, it could easily rival its Yorkshire neighbours. That's Red Rose might.
As you can see, The Hall is decorated with 1920's blueprints, vintage maps, and rustic benches. Plus, if you fancy a Lindy Hop knees up then you can try your hand at the piano adjacent to the aromatic kitchen and the roasters next door.
But more about next door tomorrow!