Visited on a weekday for lunch. The restaurant was fairly quiet. We were greeted promptly and shown to our table.
There is a lot of choice on the menu. My wife opted for the Mackerel Fish Goujon Sandwich, with Tartar Sauce & Rocket, served on Thick White Bread and I chose Welsh Rarebit on Thick Toast with Crispy Bacon & Poached Free Range Egg. The portion sizes were good, the food properly cooked and we enjoyed our meals. Service was prompt and friendly.
The toilet area provides interesting audio entertainment and a selection of retro prints.
Service was friends and prompt.
The cafe is on the seafront and next to a (bombsite of a Council) pay and display car park.
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