Initial impression was of an eighties organic cafe, the setting, service and food are all fantastic. The first lunch I had the local lunch - chicken, rice and lentils - followed by creamy coconut pie and a fruit smoothie, all were excellent. I was keen to try the lemon maragne pie, unfortunately no pie on second day but very nice carrot cake with rum and raisin ice cream, which went down well with pizza and a few beers. The owner promised me that lemon maragne pie would be available on my third visit. Although the chilli was excellent, there was no LM pie so I tried the lemon squares. Please, please change your recipe for the squares as they were poor in comparison to the rest of the food at "shore things". Two small black marks on a place brimming with atmosphere, wonderful food and service in a stunning location and lots of interactive wildlife.
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