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Called here on a windy Sunday in January to get warmed up and had the most fabulous seafood chowder! The food was high quality - huge prawns and mussels, non-greasy chips and flaky fish! But if you don't like seafood they have a wide choice...More
Popped in here today for a cup of tea. I ordered the cream tea, which comprises a good sized pot (I requested Earl Grey), and a large fruit scone, lightly spiced and served warm with jam and clotted cream. It was very good value, the...More
Had lobster roll with salad and chunky triple fried chips for under a tender. Very good. Fabulous view, lots of space. Cheerful decor. Only came across this cafe because all our usual favourites were shut, but I am glad they were, otherwise we would never...More
Hadn't looked on Trip advisor before we came and glad we didn't as sadly would have put us off. We had a lovely lunch - all had 55 special of fish and chips which was really tasty and good value. Big chunky chips - not...More
Served a cold seafood chowder this afternoon. Sent it back. Came back hot but still not right. Curdled. Frozen perhaps then defrosted in microwave? Prawns like bullets. Extremely ill all afternoon. Will definitely never return.
We also visited Cafe 55 on the the same day as the last review. The place was empty so should have known not to go in but it’s dog friendly and we had ours with us.
The young lady was ok when she attended to...More
Ordered the 55 special, couldnt eat it, the fish smelt odd and was tasteless. I left my meal, husband ate his but mine was definately not right.
We wernt asked if our food was okay so when we went to pay i told the waitress...More
Simply lovely. My partner and I both had a crispy bacon and chicken sandwich, which arrived piping hot with a decent fresh salad.
The coleslaw is amazing, good tea and great latte, although the latte could have been larger.
We ended up here as Leeds Fisheries were closed which is where we normally eat in Scarborough. I had the Fiver Friday (chips, fish, mushy peas, bread and butter, tea or coffee) and my other half had garlic king prawns and a side salad. She...More