We've been visiting Cromer in North Norfolk for years now, and yet it still amazes me that there are cafés that we haven't tried before. This visit I vowed to change that. Sure, we still visited our usuals (Huckleberries and Breakers) but we also enjoyed discovering what goods were on offer at some of the other cafés that we walk past every day.
We popped into The Jetty Cafe late one morning after a particularly intense sandcastle building session down at the beach. The café was busy with people enjoying their morning coffees and scones. Although it was a bit early we were in the mood for lunch (well I was anyway, I had been searching for a Cromer crab sandwich) and the ALMOST 2 YEAR OLD was hankering for a SNACK.
The staff were kind and service was quick. Lyra devoured half her GIGANTIC tea cake (with butter and jam) and a huge glass of apple juice all the while declaring it "LICIOUS". I really enjoyed my Cromer Crab sandwich (on white because...holiday). I love crab and I especially love Cromer Crab so I was bound to be pleased, but it was HONESTLY a good sandwich. Simple, just dressed crab and butter, but GOOD. I ended up putting the salad from the side inside the sandwich just for some crunch, but that is just what I prefer. The crab, of course, was lurrrvly.
Highchairs available, but I didn't check out the changing facilities (will do next time).
The Jetty Cafe
11 High Street
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