After a bracing 45minute walk along the undercliff eastwards from Brighton Marina we needed some sustinence - tucked around the corner at the main coast road crossroads at Rottingdean we found a cracking little cafe that doubles as a glorious nick-knacks emporium. The fare is freshly made sandwiches and locally produced delicate pies backed up with good coffee and even better tea (good old English breakfast this time). The guys that run the place take orders, make sandwiches and ..... they seem to do everything. The relaxed atmosphere and the quirky decor - made up mostly of items for sale from crucifixes to Venetian masks - gives this place a definite come again feel so that's exactly what we did. Now the walk and the cafe provide an excellent half day out - easily combined with a visit to the Marina or Rottingdean's attractions we have been back several times and always receive a welcome and have never been disappointed. Try the humble but delightful Tuna crunch , home made soups and if you go in the afternoon the cakes and scones are superb. England we love you when you're liks this !