by Webmaster, 8th April 2021
An innovative north Wales cafe have kept their customers happy throughout lockdown with indulgent milkshakes, homemade hot food and local brews
Now the travel restrictions have been lifted, head to Rhos-on-Sea - between Colwyn Bay and Llandudno - for a stroll on the beach and to pick up a milkshake with a difference.
Coast Cafe, right on the seafront, launched their Salty Cow milkshake bar just before lockdown and it’s proved a massive hit with customers old and young. Visitors can choose from over 100 flavours and your chosen milkshake is then topped with whipped cream and sweet treats to finish.
“The salty cow milkshakes have been hugely popular and children are mad for them,” laughs owner Darren Randle.
“We also sell paninis, bacon baps, jacket potatoes, scampi, toasties, Scotch eggs, chilli and we have a specials board. There are also plenty of cakes to choose from and everything is homemade.”
The cafe also sell takeaway afternoon teas and if you fancy a tipple, they are also a licensed bar and sell local brands, such as Great Orme gin and Snowdon beer.
“Like everyone, lockdown has been frustrating, but we've adapted quite well and our customers have been fantastic,” adds Darren. “Locals often pre-order takeaways and then take them home, and visitors can pick up some food and drink and go for a walk by the sea.”
Coast Cafe is open for takeaways and will be providing outdoor service from the 26th April. Opening hours are seven days a week from 8.30am to 6pm. For more info, visit: www.facebook.com/COAST-cafe or tel: 01492 544358