Located at the heart of Bournemouth’s award-winning seafront, the new-look Prom Café now has more space inside so you can enjoy a beachside bite to eat without the fear of a good ol’ British downpour. And there’s still plenty of outdoor seating, perfect for al fresco snacks and soaking up the sea views on sunny days.
With a 5 star food hygiene rating the menu is packed with firm favourites meaning you don’t have to stray far from the sand for fish ‘n’ chips, a pasty or a ’99, as well as lighter lunch and vegetarian options.
In the summer months, pick up cold drinks from the chiller or choose from a selection of New Forest Ice Creams. You can even cool down your four-legged friends with doggie iced treats! Later in the year, you’ll find hot chocolate and a great choice of winter warmers awaiting you at the end of a brisk, waterfront walk or coastal adventure.
Open from 8am until late seven days a week, (weather permitting) the Prom Café keeps Bournemouth’s beach-goers’ hunger at bay for their entire stay. Start the day with a full English, stock up with a coffee to go or stop by in the afternoon for a traditional cream tea.
Just a stone’s throw from the UK’s best beach, there’s nowhere better to keep the family fuelled for a day beside the seaside!
We are completely dog friendly too, so your four legged friend will be made to feel as welcome as you do!
|Opening Times (3 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)|
|Monday - Sunday||08:00|
* Prom Cafe is open 8:00 am till late every day weather depending.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good46
- jastelemPortsmouth UKTrip Type:Friends getawayOk but that’s allWednesday, 30th October 2019Went today with a party of 5. The food was ok - it was hot and tasted like it should. I thought the sandwich meal deal was very expensive compared to other providers - £5.50 for 3 items . No... Read full review
- Joy8294breakfast is good valueMonday, 4th November 2019we stayed in bournemouth for a weekend and had breakfast here. It's a help-yourself-to-cutlery situation and very basic but the food tasted good, and the place had a great location. Read full review
- NormanLewisGreat Torrington, United KingdomGrim - needs to face reality of private enterpriseMonday, 11th November 2019Stopped for a warming coffee on a cold day even though cafe didn't look great in shadow of busy road on adjacent fly-over. Mistake. Staff looked surly and reacted as if customers were basically a... Read full review