This place is a sanctuary in Bridgwater, it is a media centre with a hive of activity going on behind the cafe doors and really friendly staff. The cafe itself is also an Internet cafe with really fast wifi and plays good music off vinyl. For a place without a full kitchen space the food is a good selection of curries and soups with a majority Vegan menu (if not then vegetarian)
There are always community artists looking to get people involved in latest creative projects and in the summer you get locals playing chess out the front who are likely to invite you for a game if you're willing.
On Tuesdays there is a public drop in where members of the public can use the studio for free and have access to technical and creative support while using film/photography equipment and have access to an iMac. Somerset Film who occupy the Engine Room also have lots of workshops and courses going on, so it's worth looking them up first to see if there is any projects you can get involved in if you want more than just veggie food and access to the net :)
Cons: small space , stops serving food at 4:00, Bridgwater now has parking wardens