We went here as a group spanning three generations. The food was good. Starters included: scallops and black pudding (which was very good); whitebait, prawn cocktail... Mains: steak, pork, plaice.. The staff helpfully produced simpler dishes, not listed on the menu, for the children.
There were not many vegetables with the food. For example, the plaice was supposed to be with crispy seaweed but it turned out to be a light sprinkling on the top. Generally I would suggest ordering vegetables separately if you would like any.
Service was good and attentive, although we had to wait a while before being led to the table. Generally I liked the restaurant, but thought it slightly pricey.
The decor is supposed to be the interior of a Mediterranean patio: the minimalist effect was a little cold for my taste, others may like it more.
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