We joined a table with five other diners. The table had white linen with sauce bottles and white plates with brown bread and butter already laid out. A slight 'old fashioned' feel with plain walls and floor and a large window at the front with the starters on display wrapped in cling film.
We ordered lobster, fish cakes and smoked Haddock which were served in a very plain way, but were all of a very good quality. The vegetables were placed on the table in silver plate and stainless steel dishes with a stainless steel spoon (the other cutlery is silver plated). The puddings were all very traditional English classics.
The service was good and at the end of the meal the waiter asked if we would like to add a tip to the bill or if we would prefer to leave cash. The bill also include a charge for the brown bread and butter. For simple well produced fish dishes, it is well worth a visit.
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