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Four of us stopped here for breakfast on our way down from the train station. I eat in a lot of cafes when at work and one of my favourite dishes is a mushroom omelette and fries. The one here was packed full of mushrooms...More
Cheap produce and over priced food, wouldn’t recommend to anyone. The building itself is nice the staff are ok, quite rude actually , I asked for bread and butter I got bread and spread I said this isn’t butter it’s spread , when your paying...More
We haven’t carried cash in months! Since the pandemic many of the places we have visited have signs saying they no longer accept cash. I’d always thought it was grubby stuff, even before Covid!
Anyway, we had arranged to meet friends here for breakfast and...More
Service great especially family run great to see! The breakfast was great big omelettes and the menu had plenty of options. Only tip would be to use locally sourced sausages As they tasted a little processed. Clean restaurant and toilets good coffee!
Have now visited this cafe twice in the last month with my sister & stepmother for lunch. First time we all had mugs of tea & the toasted cheese/ham sandwiches which come with a portion of salad. Very nice. Second visit my sister & stepmother...More
Remember those sausages you could buy from burger vans in the 1970's? The ones that were so cheap but clearly had about 10% pork and the rest was a mystery? Well, turns out theyre still very much on the menu in Broadstairs along with horrible...More
I had the opportunity to call in as I had a yearning for a burger, I could only say I chose unwisely. What I ordered was a quarter pounder what arrived did not fit the description it looked like a rather slimmer quarter pounder and...More
I’ve had breakfast here a few times and overall it’s ok. Not overly impressed with the service sometimes as they employ a few giggly girls who appear to be laughing at some of the older customers and talking in a foreign language when they do...More