First you have to find your way up into this restaurant. There is a fish and chip shop and a fish and chip restaurant downstairs and the stairs for this restaurant are on the road side. It isn't grand or smart but the quality of food and service are very good. Someone came to explain how the menu worked and we opted for a shared starter of 3 dishes. There is a Malaysian or oriental influence and the food was delicious. I chose lobster paella for main course which was about £17 and had a good 1/2 lobster on top and plenty of seafood in it. My husband had straightforward fish and chips which was really good.