This is their knickerbocker glory, conjured up by visiting fairies:
The views from this cafe are awesome. Sitting here is a real spiritual tonic - you feel renewed by the sea air and the expanse of ocean - it's also quite exciting feeling that at any point you might be the MOST southerly person on the English mainland. The dramatic cliffs slope down to white-flecked turquoize waters (if you're lucky enough to be there on a sunny day). From the cafe seating area you can sight the rare chough (similar to a crow, with a red beak and feet) that first started renesting within a few hundred yards of the cafe a couple of years ago. There are currently thought to be eight of them. Twitchers with binoculars abound. Seals are frequent visitors to the waters below and we have spotted them several times while tucking into doughnuts and knickerbocker glories. One day when we got down to the beach after a trip to the cafe, the seal approached us like a friendly dog - he was as curious about us as we were about him - sadly, no pictures!