This is a fun and quirky restaurant with an interesting menu. The owner and chef have clearly thought about trying to produce a menu which isn't just about lobster (though you can have that here), and there were two good vegetarian choices on the menu so we could have something different each. I started with the ginger cranberry Cosmo which was very nice, and it set the theme for the menu in some ways - eclectic, combining things together that might but don't necessarily go together. Our main courses suffered from this eclecticism - I had tofu a la greque, with curried pumpkin and coleslaw, and my partner had the spinach strudel with curried pumpkin and coleslaw, and the sides were not only (regrettably) rather cooler than the main part of the dish, but also really didn't match at all, let alone with each other. It was all good food individually but not really together! Dessert was a bit disappointing - a very small filo parcel with two varieties of chocolate inside - rather inadequate for the price. But everyone around us looked to be happy and enjoying their more conventional menu choices and it certainly was welcoming and a pleasant place to eat, if a bit on the expensive side for what it was. I would go again.
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