We were in Cornwall for less than a week and came here three times! The food is fantastic - big, gutsy, freshly cooked and unpretentious, and with the best possible ingredients. Sitting outside at a picnic bench, looking out to sea, drinking good coffee and eating big wedges of french toast with maple syrup and fresh fruit is total perfection. And then you can walk off all the calories in either direction along the coast! The only thing I didn't like was a slice of lemon cake - not my kind of icing.
A couple of things to note. First, it's not the same as the Sandsifter cafe you can see from the road - instead, take the National Trust turn to Godrevy Beach, which is before Sandsifter if you're coming from the east, or after it if you're coming from the west (we made that mistake on our first day, and Sandsifter's not as good). Second, the NT car park right by the cafe costs a flat fee of £4.50 for the day unless you're an NT member (and if it's full, they send you to another one, which is literally about 20 minutes' walk away!), so we parked by the Sandsifter instead (60p an hour and £1.10 for 2), and walked over - it's only a couple of minutes. Third, if you want brunch, it's served til 12, but if it's in peak times, leave yourself half an hour to park and queue. And finally, I think it closes at 5pm each day apart from Thursday nights, which is their theme night - we couldn't find the opening times before we arrived, so I hope that helps other people in the same position.
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