A friend was celebrating her birthday and decided she would like a walk with all of our dogs along Watergate Bay followed by lunch at Fifteen (also Watergate Bay). Excercise over we went onto Fifteen slightly earlier than our reservation. I had been told by friends who had been to Fifteen a couple of years ago, that I would probably come out feeling hungry .... this wasn't the case. We had a couple of share boards for the eight of us comprising mainly of local antipasto style produce, and then some members of our party went on to entrees. The mackeral looked nicely presented but then it's pretty hard to spoil the look of a juicy mackeral. I opted for a simple rissotto 'primo' and got exactly what I expected and in an amount that towards the end I struggled through, nice enough but not out of this world. Others ordered lamb or pork both of which were on the tough side ... no forgiveness there I'm afraid. All of the female waiting staff who attended to our table were gracious and not at all patronising (we've certainly met some of those before) , unlike the male waiters who looked like they weren't having "a good day" and would rather be out on surfboards, in fact some looked like they had just come in from the surf! All in all a nice enough luncheon but not for a cost of £45 per head excluding wine/beverages. So if you are on a tight budget I would look elsewhere (The Lowennack overlooking Pentire Beach for example).
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