Being next to Gylly beach we often pop in for breakfast or lunch. Today we were there at 9am for opening, and were served very quickly. It often gets very busy, and finding a table ( on the outside terrace especially) can be tricky, and as there is no waitress to take orders the queue can be quite long. They normally display the waiting time for food so you are under no illusion as to how long it will be, you make your choice if you wish to order or not. The food is normally of a very high standard, with fair sized portions, for instance today I had the breakfast muffin with sausage, bacon and poached eggs (£5), for this I got 3 sausages, 2 thick rashers of bacon and a cooked just how I like it poached egg. The only time I have ever been unhappy was when I ordered a hot chocolate with cream for my daughter (£2.10 for a mug), she literally had 1 inch of hot chocolate and about 5 inches of cream, she was happy with it but she is only 4! I should have complained but would have had to queue again!! Has put me off buying that again. They put on quite a few music nights but have not had a chance to try one of those out. There is normally a busy but friendly vibe and you normally get chatting with those around you. During cold spells they do put out rugs for you to borrow which is a nice touch as the outside terrace is so lovely for sitting and people watching. I would suggest going early or avoiding peak times to get the best from the Gylly beach cafe.
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