Seaford - Take a Fresh Look.
Set against the backdrop of some of the most stunning coastline in the country, Seaford is often overlooked by tourists. Locals, however often travel in by train to enjoy a seaside experience unspoilt by modern attractions. In town you can enjoy friendly and delicious tea rooms, coffee shops, bistros and independent shops. Seaford retains the simple charm of a seaside town with great fish and chips and deckchairs but with new eateries also popping up. From handmade ice cream to artisan bread, Seaford is changing with the times without losing the simple charms it is famed for. Here are some of the highlights of places to visit in Seaford in Sussex. Seaford, take a fresh look.
POMEGRANATE - A LOCAL FAVOURITE
Retro crockery, sourdough bread and delicious breakfasts, Pomegranate is a favourite with the locals for its reasonably priced and freshly cooked food. The service is friendly and the chef cooks before your very eyes. From Welsh rarebit, delicious cakes and daily specials, this is the perfect spot for breakfast or lunch. Warm ambience and great food, no wonder it’s popular.
45a Broad Street, Seaford BN25 1NG, England
THE GRUMPY CHEF
This new bistro is already getting rave reviews and the decor is contemporary and fresh.They serve meals prepared with locally sourced ingredients, including crab linguine, duck breast with Udon noodles, Eggs Benedict and amazing cakes. Locals are flocking to try their menu and both the quality of food and service are highly rated.
HOLY COW ICE CREAM
Holy Cow is a local artisan ice cream parlour and dessert bar creating mouth wateringly good home made ice cream. The ice cream comes in traditional and innovative flavours and you can keep a track of their daily offerings on their FB page
Flavours include: Salted caramel, mint choc chip, melon, fruits of the forest, stem ginger, dark chocolate and rose. They also offer Vegan ice creams and a range of sorbets.
SIMPLE SEASIDE FUN
FRANKIE'S BEACH CAFE
Situated on the beach front, Frankie’s Beach Cafe serves hot drinks for cold days and ice lollies during the summer months. A really friendly bunch, they set out deckchairs for you to enjoy the magnificent view, and have created a sandpit for the little ones complete with buckets and spades.
Rock Pooling at Hope Gap perfect on a sunny day when the tide is going out. You can park the car at South Hill Barn (free parking) and armed with nets, buckets and a picnic take the public footpath down to Hope Gap. The kids will enjoy looking for crabs, shrimps, limpets, minnows and many other small sea creatures. Siit on the beach to have our picnic with the iconic view of the Seven Sisters in the distance.
You can also visit the the beach at Tidemills. Spend the day on the beach swimming in the sea, fishing and finishing off with a bar-b-que on the beach.
If you are on a self catering holiday or just want to buy some fresh local produce, the High St. in Seaford offers shopping the old fashioned way. Here you will find C. Walbrin’s butchers shop with a fantastic fruit and veg shop just next doors. Recommended by Gourmet Britain, these shops offer a traditional service with a clean, fresh look – something that is missing from many other High Streets today. They also serve hand baked savouries to take away. On Dane Road you will also find Paul’s Plaice fishmongers suppliers of locally caught fish and shellfish with their own smokery, they offer a wide range of smoked fish, seafood platters and cooked salmon platters (available to order) all served with specialist knowledge and a friendly service. If you want some traditional baked goods visit Burt’s Bakery on Sutton Road, a family run business, producing freshly made products everyday. They serve a delicious range of childhood favourites such as London Cheesecakes, doughnuts and ice cream cornet cakes. If you’re lucky you may get a chance to buy one of their freshly baked ‘cheesemite’ loaves. Queues have been known to form around the block when these come out of the oven.
BOB'S RETRO MARKET
There’s nothing better on a day out than browsing for nik naks. Find your special souvenir or retro gem in this aladdin’s cave of kitsch, antiques and fancy dress items. The staff are friendly and offer that special item to suit every pocket.
32 High Street, Seaford, East Sussex BN25 1PL
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