We were greeted by a very friendly host at the restaurant (it is attached to a B&B). We were seated overlooking the harbour as I had requested. I so thank TA for all the good advice. This was a seafood restaurant with most of their fish coming from the local fleet. DH chose Thai prawns with melon for starter followed by blackened cod served with new potatoes and peas. I had Newlyn scallops served with couscous followed by sea bass with mash, asparagus and artichokes. DH enjoyed both his dishes but felt the spiciness of both dishes masked the taste of the seafood. My scallops were cooked perfectly and tasted great; the couscous was cold which I found unusual as the scallops were hot. The sea bass was nicely cooked as was the asparagus. There was too much mash and although I tried the artichokes, I have never been a fan and these didn't change my opinion. Throughout the meal, we looked out at the comings and goings in the harbour which was very enjoyable.
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