There is a delightful incongruity between the appearance of this place - hut-like, plastic tables and chairs outside - and the food, which is fantastic, and the wine list, which is superb. What could possibly be nicer than guzzling on fresh lobster and chips by the sea, washing down your meal with a bottle of crisp white wine? They even serve Dom Perignon!
The staff are fantastic, though a little pressed at times, and the view wonderful. It's great value. Everyone should go.
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