Taking choice to the extremes
ONCE your eyes adjust to the wall of glass with the most incredible views over the beach, the Transition Extreme Simbiosis Energy cafe menu will make your jaw drop once again. The adventurous section has combinations for paninis, baguettes, wraps, salad boxes or buns which would not occur to most people. Feeling it was only in the right spirit to try one of these choices, my better half opted for the coconut satay chicken, Parma ham & coriander mayo panini (£4.15) while I chose the daily special, a haggis, halloumi and apricot chutney bun (£3). We also ordered a bowl of chips to share (£1.99). Katy’s panini was spilling out with goodness and the range of colours in the salad was mouthwatering. On tasting it, she said it was fresh with a rich nutty flavour. Her only complaint was the peanut filling made her mouth a little dry. My sesame seeded piece was dominated by the spicy haggis flavour with the sweet chutney taste lacking. Both were big portions and worked well as main meals with the large bowl of freshly cooked chips. With the sounds of skateboards whizzing underneath, the peaceful sea view and a heap of other combinations to try, we can’t wait to return.
RING THE CHANGES: The Transition Extreme cafe.