We walk past here every week or so. It is a few matures from the water and fantastic views. The old 1960s counter seems to have been extended recently to include a small dark indoor eating room. I don't know whether there are planning or capital complications but this place ought to be so much better. There is a huge unmet need and demand. Lots of people walk by and linger here. There is a very popular small sea beach and pool just down the steps. BUT the snack bar is one huge let down. The newly apparent fancily sign written van suggests a friendly idyllic and useful cafe but for whatever reason the reverse is the reality. In an unaccountable determination to restrict the options the counter sells mostly routing wrapped ices, tea and coffee, a small selection of filled rolls and iced buns. There are a very few hot meals including mundane pasties. Others have commented on the indifferent unsmiling approach of the counter staff. Why so sad. On a brighter note the man in the cooks blue stripe apron who sometimes brings food out to pensioners in their cars has a lighter touch and is friendly. This cafe could be a gold mine but seems intent on being a begrudging business. Time for a major rethink! Could and should be so good.
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