Came for a birthday meal as we were visiting the area. It was dark, wet and windy, so couldn't take in the lovely surroundings as much as we'd like, but the inside of the Pandora Inn is very welcoming in the cold months with a log fire and low ceilings (be careful if you're tall like me!)
We'd reserved a table and were dealt with efficiently, and our meal was fantastic. I had mackerel fillets which were very tasty (although I was a little concerned how small the mackerel were - the quantity was fine, but these were very small fish, almost sardine sized. I presume all necessary fishing rules are followed by their supplier!) My wife had thai green curry which looked a little odd due to the red onion content but tasted lovely. Followed up with a slice of mocha chocolate tart which was also fantastic and served with a gigantic perfect sphere of clotted cream.
Overall a brilliant meal and not too expensive, portion sizes were just right to leave you full but not bursting. Atmosphere and surroundings are also excellent.
The only downside for us was we were seated in a separate dining room, at a round table big enough for 8 so as there was just 2 of us it was a little awkward. But it did little to dampen what was overall a lovely evening.