Sharon took us to Charlestown for the regatta and we had fun watching the goings on despite most definitely not being part of the local sailing set. It was a lovely sunny day and we looked for somewhere to sit outside to have some lunch. We stumbled upon Wreckers, and it had room to sit outside with a view of the harbour and a menu that we liked the look of. We chose a variety of sandwiches and decided to share a bowl of chips. When it arrived the granary bread was thickly cut, fresh and looked and tasted home baked. The sandwiches were stuffed with filling and the consitituents were obviously great quality and very fresh. The sandwiches together with the chips were an absolute pleasure to eat, sitting out in the sunshine in the summer ambience of Charlestown. Liz had a smoothie which she really enjoyed, Sharon had a pint of Rattler (a local cider of abv 6%!), and I had a superb giner beer which went really well with the mature cheddar and srumpy apple chutney in my sandwich.
I had a white Americano coffee to finsh it off. Service was efficient and freindly and despite the fact we took our time we felt under no pressure to hurry. The cakes looked excellent too but we didn't have room!
I paid about £30 for the three of us - not cheap but it was a quality experience and worth every penny, we had a lovely time and I would definitely go back.
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