Reviews on Cafe food in Seaford, England, United Kingdom including Sub-Station, Church Lane Tea Room, Pomegranate, The Grumpy Chef, Front Room, Cup A Cabana, Saltmarsh, Cloe's Coffee Shop, The Singing Kettle Tea House, Sunnyside Cafe
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4 based on 48 reviews
Enjoyed a "naughty" breakast....(only once in a while). Swift good service and a very hot meal of freshly cooked ingredients. Reading their menu I now see they do a range of lunches including a Sunday roast.
4 based on 348 reviews
Overlooking the enchanting village square, the singing kettle tea house idyllically looks out on village life. Inside you'll find calming contemporary farrow & ball decor with arty wall hangings and in the warmer months you can choose to sit out front and
Alfriston is an attractive little village just about 20 minutes from Eastbourne. But relying on public transport or in this case, voluntary bus service to get there, it seems only possible on weekends. We went on a Sunday, my lady insisted we went to church. This was a unique experience with six bell ringers, ringing the church bells in the middle of the church. Something we had never seen before. Afterwards we walked over the Village Green and enjoyed walking round the little sideways and by-ways of a Sussex village. Before going back to Eastbourne we had delightful and tasty cream teas in The Singing Kettle in the village centre.
4 based on 55 reviews
I had dinner here on Sunday while visiting Seaford for the day. Veggie saus, mash & veg was good, and at a good price, and a filling meal. I like the wartime theme and the staff were friendly.
3 based on 331 reviews
Visited the other day after walk. Strange choices on the menu. Rather slow service even having to wait ages for drinks to arrive. Menu expensive for size of portions then thereâs the cheeky service charge added on. This is totally unnecessary at an establishment in this sort of location particularly when itâs the only cafe around so gets all the trade. Generally disappointing. Over Â£30 for three people having a sandwich and a drink.
5 based on 50 reviews
Words cannot describe how fantastic this little cafe is !!! From the moment you walk in its like you have come home. The lady of whom greets you is so welcoming and accommodating she is like a pocket rocket lol. All dietary requirements are available and you are not made to feel a burden!! Best food ever highly recommend xxx
4 based on 403 reviews
Front Room is a family owned and run Coffee House and Tapas Restaurant located on the High Street in the Heart of Seaford. Open 7 days a week serving Breakfast, Lunch, Supper, Afternoon Tea and Sunday Lunch. The Front Room is open every evening from 7pm f
Had an early dinner here, so we had the Sipper menu. Initially I thought it was a bit limited, but everything we ordered was super tasty! The burger seemed like it was home made with herbs, the fish cake was delicious and the waitress was adorable and very attentive.
4 based on 384 reviews
The Grumpy Chef, Seaford is a Bistro run and owned by Anthony Masters and his family. Anthony has worked as a chef for many years and is now using his experiences in the trade to make fresh dishes for the locals of Seaford and any visitors who happen upon
We visited The Grumpy Chef following the recommendation of our host in Seaford. The atmosphere was buzzing on Saturday evening with the place nearly full, but service coped beautifully and was friendly and efficient. The menu is varied and interesting with plenty on offer for vegetarians, tempting salads, seafood, pasta dishes, steaks and much more. I was bowled over (pun intended) by my roasted tomato soup and the mussles were lovely (perhaps a tad too much cream). We also loved the aubergine salad and the wild mushroom arancini. Overall a perfect meal at a fraction of the price we would have paid in London for such quality food (and drinks have a very reasonable price tag too). Very Highly Recommended!
4 based on 261 reviews
Freshly prepared, from high quality ingredients by professional and friendly team. This place is a treasure for the town
Not a name I would associate with coffee and cakes, but having got off the No.12 bus just round the corner took a chance and opened the door! To my surprise was a totally âbuzzingâ cafe and as a solo visitor was asked if I minded sitting on the end of one of their huge tables with the option of maybe sharing. No problem for me, always ready to chat to new people! Only wanted a coffee which was served promptly but resisted the temptation of their lovely looking cakes etc.On my walk later along the esplanade a local lady said the lunches here were excellent....so I returned later and ordered a carrot soup which came with a HUGE slice at âartisanâ bread. Is this the latest eating trend? Anyway it was delicious and as I was here on holiday and having large evening meals, this fitted the bill. Talking of which was pleasantly priced. It was interesting seeing the one chef on view preparing meals, which shows theyâve nothing to hide, I like it!
5 based on 223 reviews
Lovely and cosy Tea room. Our cakes and food are all homemade on the premises...
Stopped here for tea and cake in the afternoon. Good service, good food and fair prices. Leaf tea as well. Chocolate brownie is excellent. Would recommend.
5 based on 298 reviews
A hub of interesting folk, humerous conversation , the smoothest coffee and a great menu all at affordable prices. This is why we would only visit Sub Station whilst on holiday in Seaford. We love this family run cafe and so does our dog... He doesn't get left out! The owners here make you feel so welcome whether on your own or with family and friends and with their flexible laid back approach to life there is always time for another coffee with them. Don't walk past, pop in and support them and keep the sub station alive. Thank you Daryl and 'mother' we will see you again in September :) you don't get doggie ice-cream in Kent! Booooo
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