It's not easy to find, I will admit, and parking in the area is problematic in general, but once you get there, its worth the adventure.
Unpretentious, in an old refurbished SAS&H building which also serves as offices for some or other government department are all part of the quaint ambiance. You have to ask around for the right place, or else you end up in the fish-and-chips take-away in the foyer (such as it is). But once upstairs, the white damask napery soon soothes the savage breast.
The line fish was divine and according to the reaction of nearby late-afternoon lunchers, so were the prawns, the crayfish and anything else that came straight from the harbour right next door.
The one disturbing issue was that the waiters, instead of concentrating on the guests that were present, kept moving tables around for parties that in the end never pitched. I wonder why.
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