We chose this cafe because we wanted to sit outside (and not on the street) for lunch last week in sunny weather. The stairs down to both the inside cafe and further down to the terrace were quite steep but, for the able-bodied, well worth the effort. The terrace is alongside the cliff railway and it was interesting to watch the trains going up and down whilst we were enjoying lunch. We chose sandwiches which came on thick bread with generous fillings and thoroughly enjoyed them. The lunch menu choice was fairly simple and traditional but there's nothing wrong with that. We'd definitely return to eat here again.
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