Although Cliffs make a mean flat white and the crumpet sliders are incredibly moreish, the food isn’t even the best thing about it. Before we even tried the crunchy hash browns and the creamy mustard aioli that came drizzled on top, we decided this was a cafe we would come back to. Inside a record store on Margate’s Northdown Road, Cliffs is a fun, lively space with an excellent soundtrack of old classics playing. Baristas sing along to Dolly Parton, the huge floor-to-ceiling window upstairs floods the room with natural light, and records are displayed along the walls like a music hall of fame. Families lounge on the sunken leather sofas and groups catch up over coffee on the big sharing table in the centre of the room.

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