Salts is a recreation ground at roughly sea level in Seaford. Luckily there is a high embankment carrying a road and a reinforced pebble beach between Salts and the sea. At one of Salts is the Salts Cafe. At first sight you might think it a typical local authority down-at-heel municipal cafe. But it ain't. It's extremely nice, especially in the glazed extension with a quite extraordinary range of ice-cream from the rather frighteningly blue bubble-gum flavour and even more lurid multi-coloured candy-floss flavour through the more traditional caramel, chocolate, strawberry to the ever popular vanilla. The menu is equally large, though basically around traditional cafe fare such as fried breakfast (with, rare so far south, black pudding! Yum!) and chip butty and bacon bap (what's not to like?) and all at a reasonable price. The staff are friendly and cheerful even on the wet Thursday afternoon when we were the only customers. Great!
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