Souhela Berry – ex-manager of Darts Farm Restaurant – and her husband Mark have set up a brand new venture in Dawlish, South Devon.
About Le Cygne Cafe
With experience running a string of successful eateries, Le Cygne will be Souhela Berry’s first independent venture. The cafe is situated in the heart of Dawlish, overlooking the busy green, where the famous Dawlish Black Swan can often be spotted. The eatery is just a stones throw away from the seafront and train station, and will offer a lunch menu that showcases fantastic Westcountry produce.
Le Cygne was apparently inspired by Melbournes trendy cafe scene, as well as the sophisticated coffee shops you’ll find in the streets of Paris. Opening hours will run from Monday to Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm, and Sunday between 10 am to 4 pm.
The Le Cygne menu features a varied breakfast menu, with no less than five different flavours of waffles, baked eggs and a number of variations on the old favourite, Eggs Benedict.
For lunch, diners can expect inventive salads, hearty sandwiches and toasties, charcuterie boards and fish dishes. Gluten Free and Vegan options will be available to order; including gluten-free treats from local business Kays Cakes. Coffee is supplied by Owens Coffee Roasters, which is Organic and Fairtrade certified and blended and roasted in Devon. Cold drinks are supplied by Luscombe, Folkington Juices and Bottlegreen, and homemade smoothies and indulgent milkshakes will also be available to order.