The neon signs over counter highlight three staple items, but the café has a kitchen where more elaborate lunches are prepared. The specials were strong in fish but also pork chops, with a choice of mash or chips. There is quite an extensive menu, but as everything cooked is prepared to order, you may be inside for an hour or 75 minutes. The staff are friendly and talk to customers in between table clearing and being summoned to the kitchen. The toilet and washroom behind a sliding door is a one at a time affair. Family friendly with high chairs for infants, and dogs can get a drink too. The lowest level nearest the door can catch a wind or the windows mist up according to outside weather, but a good view of the pier can be had. A few seats outside but not suitable for this day. I spent £13.05 on a two course with rhubarb crumble . and soft ice ream and a large orange, so I would rate my expenses ££,
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