Nice to find an organic cafe/restaurant in a seaside town when most places to eat are either fish and chip shops, take aways or tacky cafes! We were taking our granddaughter to the seaside for the day and not knowing Bridlington well did a Google search on the way there. The Rowan Tree sounded just our sort of place as we are all vegetarian and do like to eat organic food if it is available. (They do serve meat, so would suit everyone!) We had lovely hot lattes, our granddaughter had cold milk and we all had a fruit scone with butter and lots of jam. Everything was really good and we sat outside in the courtyard garden enjoying what may be the last of the summer sun. Toilet had emergency supplies of everything you could need, which was a lovely touch. If we had not bought some bread for a picnic on the beach we would have gone back to have lunch there and will definitely go again - the soup on the menu today sounded delicious and at £3.50 was very reasonable. All in all highly recommended.