We were told the best fish and chips in the area but very average. The haddock was ok but the the batter a little soggy and the chips weren't the best. Service was good but wouldn't rush back.
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Visited few weeks ago - group of 5. Coffee pretty average but cake was awful - think it was supposed to be Victoria sandwich but it was stale and syrupy - I think they had microwaved it for some reason - nobody ate it and...More
It's always worth going out of our way to visit the Ferry Cabin and enjoy the excellent fish and chips there. The staff are always welcoming and friendly. The owner Paul is a legend. Ignore the earlier negative reviews as in my experience having eaten...More
Just what you want from a local village restaurant!! Fresh cooked food, lots of choice, friendly staff - delicious chips!!!! Love it! Highly recommended for best home cooked meals :)
My first visit to this cramped café is also my last! As I was meeting friends there, I ignored my initial reaction of distaste at the dirty looking, cracked flooring; over crowded eating area, where you have to push past seated diners to get to...More
As this fish & chip shop also had a small café, I ordered cod & chips, and was served by a very pleasant young man. It was a generous portion but the peas were cold & tartare sauce was weak & watery. A nearby customer...More
Not the first time we have enjoyed the fish n chips here, always been excellent. This time the place was buzzing, almost every table occupied yet they still managed to deliver an excellent meal in a reasonable time. Well done Paul and the gang. see...More