The Seahorse Café

The Seahorse Café


0.5 miles
110-112 Sea Road, East Preston, BN16 1NN

A laid-back beach atmosphere pervades The Seahorse Café, which is only 100 yards from East Preston beach, making it a great place to relax after a walk with the dog or a day trip with the family.

The Seahorse is known for its all-day breakfasts, ranging from fried full English, freshly cooked on a griddle, to lighter options such as granola and porridge. Eggs Benedict, French toast with maple syrup, and smoked salmon with scrambled egg are also popular choices, all made using free-range eggs. Gluten-free bread and panini are also available. The core lunch menu includes hot favourites such as homemade chilli, scampi, jacket potatoes and homemade soup of the day, as well as cold salads, sandwiches and wraps. There is also a specials board that often features seafood specialities such as whitebait and calamari rings. The cabinet of freshly baked cakes and scones is also hard to resist, particularly the truly delicious brownies. The café holds an alcohol licence, and its award-winning coffee is made from Kendricks’ locally roasted beans. A different speciality milkshake is available every week, with exciting flavours such as Oreo and peanut butter, and fruit smoothies are attractively presented in Kilner jars, reflecting the chef’s eye for presentation.

This welcoming venue can be hired for parties and also hosts ticketed entertainment evenings with dinner and drinks, such as live music, reading aloud, and children’s performances.

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