I doubt I would of ventured into this delightful café any time soon had it not been for my daughter insisting on how 'great' it was.. on arrival I saw a retro style café with books hanging on the walls..and apparently theres a vinyl night.. take your own records.. I liked it already.. the menu was simple but quaint.. rose ice cream.. beetroot coleslaw.. (DELICIOUS). Lunch arrived and we tucked in. Delightful... fresh and full of flavour. I had fish and the others had spicy sausage..
The staff really pleasant , service quick and easy,and child friendly.
The Fort Café reminded me of a fifties French bar/café where someone might get out a guitar and play it as the room hums with conversation..
I didn't just like Forts Café... I loved it!!! Just check out when they are open though as they do keep odd hours... perhaps that is what makes it a place to return to.. its different to the 'normal' seafront café! Well done
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