Met here with friends on a Tuesday evening after Easter. It was unfortunately too cold to sit outside but the little bar was lively and we felt welcome. The restaurant behind the bar was bright and airy yet had plenty of character, while our waiting staff were friendly and attentive. We can recommend the pesto-flavoured bread rolls but other varieties were available! I had turbot in a delicious sauce with leek and samphire - never have butter beans tasted so good. One friend had pork belly, apparently one of Chef Simon’s signature dishes, which she deemed the best she’d ever tasted. We had plenty of time to chat over our meal without unnecessary interruptions and thoroughly enjoyed our evening. I’m looking forward to returning in the summer, when we can (hopefully) sit in the gardens and admire the views.
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