Although I am from Bristol I have been visiting the ‘Invisible Cafe’ for several years & every time I go to Weston I look forward to my home-cooked lunch, provided by Nick, whose family have owned this precious part of Weston’s history for nearly 50 years.
The cafe, although named Cafe la Mer, is also known as The invisible Cafe. It’s very close to the seafront, a few minutes walk from the pier, but can be tricky to find, hence it’s nickname. But believe me it’s worth the effort to find it!
The menu is an entertaining read, humorous & witty, consisting of all the usual favourites including fantastic homemade handcut chips!! Prices are very reasonable – you can have a 3 course meal for £6.95 (2011 prices).
This cafe is truly old-fashioned & reminds me of rainy days spent with my grandparents at Weston in the holidays. I just love it & hope you do too.