review: Le Braye

On an island it is hard to escape from the sea but why would you want to when you can enjoy this view while you eat?

When I was little I remember the Le Braye cafe as a sandy shack on the beach with the usual selection of cakes, sandwiches and ice cream and not much more. It’s full refurbishment a few years ago ushered in a new age for Le Braye with a much wider menu of beachside classics and a full restaurant offering without losing the relaxed beachside atmosphere.

The chicken curry was a carb lovers dream with a triple threat of rice, poppadum and naan and a spicy, veg laden bowl of curry which would warm the cockles of the chilliest surfer. The burger was also stand out and stopped the dinner conversation from the other side of the table apart from a range of noises of satisfaction.

There are a range of internal and external dining areas to choose from, lots of space for the kids to run around and a dog friendly approach that means that Le Braye is a reliable stop at any time of the day.

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