Step back in time with this meticulously decorated, vintage tearoom located just off Weston’s busy High Street and inspired by the events of World War Two, serving up delicious breakfasts, lunches, homemade cakes and great coffee immersed with music and memorabilia from the early 40s.
Early risers will find a large breakfast menu which is served until midday; sardines on toast, bubble & squeak, a full English/veggie/vegan breakfast, cinnamon french toast, breakfast sandwiches, avocado on toast, porridge, waffles, crumpets and toasted teacake to name a few.
Lunch is equally as varied with a range of doorstop sandwiches and jacket potatoes alongside quiche, ploughman’s, soup and larger meals such as chilli & rice, beef stew and corned beef hash.
As for cakes, specials on our most recent visit featured a lemon drizzle (GF, DF), chocolate & coconut (pictured), pina colada, lavender loaf (GF, DF), rose with lemon & pistachio, Victoria sponge, chocolate brownies, maple & pecan flapjack and Biscoff rocky road.
For avid tea drinkers, the cafe boasts a superb selection of loose leaf teas (including decaf) all served in bone china which can also be accompanied with their popular afternoon tea and freshly baked scones should your legs have room! Their lemon curd and ‘Winston Churchill’ afternoon tea featuring sandwiches, two cheese scones with chutney, pork pies, slice of quiche and loose leaf tea are superb.
Sadly there’s no nearby bike racking and due to its small interior larger groups may struggle to find space to sit, however do pop by for a cake and coffee and enjoy on the seafront?