This was our second time here. It's a good old cafe which does a tasty breakfast where you can sit inside or enjoy the views outside over looking the sea. Good price to.
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Really enjoyed a beautiful fresh breakfast served with a smile and great scenary .Would highly recommened this café
Asked to have an egg instead of beans on a standard breakfast and was charged 90p for the privilege!!! I have never been charged elsewhere for a simple swap. The food itself was distinctly below average. Will not come back nor will the people I...More
sorry i have to stand up for this establishment from the last few reviews..and i have nothing to to with this business to say its a grotty cafe by div laurence f..cant you give your full name? had the full breakfast here today..friday..and a cup...More
Another great cafe to visit all year round .Staff very friendly and always have a smile on their face .Good quality food and beverages.Mini golf and tennis also available.
Been here before and it was nothing special, still the same. Average food for slightly high prices. Service was ok but they did struggle a bit with our large group. Sausages were deep fried/reheated Bread was dry. Friendly enough but there's better cafes nearby.
Grotty old typical park building but nice warm welcoming café. Nice tables. Good varied menu. I had a bacon and sausage sandwich which is the third one I've had on the last 8 days as its my favourite lunch snack. Bacon excellent. Sausage bog standard...More
Hi come into your cafe this morning I was the fat bloke with the two young ladies had the long table closest to the counter, anyway my partner ordered £3.50 breakfast no tomatoes but instead hash brown extra 80p charge for her sister then ordered...More
I attended the first Pilgrims Hospice Colour Run with my sister this Sunday and we decided to stop for a cuppa after finishing the run (a face full of powder paint gives you quite a thirst). The cafe was packed with multicoloured runners ordering breakfasts...More