This café is right on the seafront and has plenty of seating both inside and out. My husband and I dined here on Saturday 5th October and as it was off season, the place was quiet. I had the Halloumi starter which was nice, but it was huge and I ate too much to really get into my main course. My husband didn’t have a starter, but he ordered fish for his main and really enjoyed it – most particularly the salad that it was served with which was in the shape of a ball wrapped up in finely sliced cucumber. My main of pasta was nice….. but just nice. The café could have been warmer – all the staff were wearing coats inside, and I wished I was too (it was cold and dark outside). The staff however were brilliant, and the surroundings were lovely, and I’d say on a warm day/evening it is the perfect spot for dinner.
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