A seaside café


I ought to photograph this in the morning rather than afternoon or evening. It always looks dark against the sky. The arch-shaped metal-framed windows are one of the big attractions for me (the best, most interesting things always seemed to happen when we went through the arched window on Play School). The interior decoration reminds me of the 1960s.

I regret that food is not this café’s strong point, although the Belgian frangipan tart is nice enough with a steaming mug of tea. I keep wishing they offered good sausage and chips, or even a decent fish finger sandwich perhaps. What it lacks in culinary delights, it makes up for in style, friendly staff, and hypnotic view of sea and sky, especially in winter.


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