While the menu is not very cheap, it represents good value. The kitchen does a decent job overall, although one of my fellow diners was still hungry after eating, and my portions were a bit variable, i.e. too much meat and not enough chips ... The food was slow in arriving and the waiting staff were not coping well with the lunchtime rush: our bill had to be requested twice and again took a long time to be dealt with. However the premises are very well appointed and look straight out to the harbour, and despite the quibbles above, the food was good value and well-prepared.
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