"Compact" seaside cafe serving full meals as well as teas coffees etc. morning till teatime, children welcome and has high chairs.
Rightly renowned for it's fish and chips, Cullen Skink, and massively filled fresh crab sandwiches.
Take away window doing bacon and black pudding sandwiches , coffes, ice creams etc
Does interesting Tapas on Friday and Saturday evenings, no licence but BYO ( charges £5 corkage on wine 'though, offy at the Co-Op just up the high St till 10 Pm )
Only one loo, it's state was good when we went, but will depend on who preceded you, if they were too shy to tell the staff they had left it less than perfect !
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