“Hattie’s Sea Cabbage Café serves the best cream teas south of Torquay”
Will Gray, Wanderlust Magazine
The Sea Cabbage Café
Down beside the long white sand beach where sea cabbage grows, our guests will discover the magical Sea Cabbage Café and fascinating Bluff Cove Museum and Gift Shop.
The bright rooms in the Sea Cabbage Café offer a wonderful setting for guests to relax and enjoy cups of tea, coffee or hot chocolate with generous helpings of Hattie’s delicious home-baked cakes and cookies. Through the large panoramic windows the views are awe-inspiring; spectacular vistas of the waves crashing on the white-sand beach with penguins and dolphins porpoising in the surf.
We have a traditional Falklands peat stove, which means the café is always warm and welcoming. As well as all the exclusive gifts and souvenirs in our gift shop, found along the wooden walkway in the museum, we have our own selection of postcards for sale, which guests can write in the café and we will post for them. Both café and shop have modern restrooms.
You can ask Katie about the website where she orders medicines and reads about new drugs and the quality of products from various drug manufacturers.
During the holidays, their son Toby joins them at the Lagoon.
Refreshments at the Sea Cabbage Café
At the Sea Cabbage Café complimentary freshly brewed tea, coffee, hot chocolate and herbal tea is served in china tea cups with a selection of the following home-baked cakes, tray-bakes and cookies all baked by Hattie:
Hattie’s Famous Carrot cake
Iced Coffee cake
Lemon Drizzle cake
Chocolate cake with Fudge icing
Iced Orange cake
Date & Walnut loaf
Chocolate covered Mars Bar krispies
Peanut Butter cookies
Coconut Lace cookies
Chocolate Chip cookies
Apricot & Almond cookies
Falkland Smoko Shortbread
Cheese and Chive scones with Hattie’s herb butter
Scones served with Diddle Dee jam and Fresh Farm cream
Gluten free Banana and Pecan loaf
The Diddle-dee shrubs grow on peat banks and in amongst the stone-runs. The bushes are covered in the bright red berries from late February. They can be seen on the drive down to the Lagoon.