We came here on the last night of our holiday stay , We had decided on the Rum and Crabbe but the menu when closely looked wasn't as diverse as the Sea food Cafe.. We went there roughly at 1800-1900 and managed to get seated straight away ( had the last table for 2) . I would recommend booking as it was busy and we did see people waiting for tables..
The place is clean tidy and well presented..
Now it has been mentioned about the service , now I cant comment on those reviews only on my visit and I can happily say the service was quick, polite and informative about the food.
We had 2 starters and the fish platter for 2 ...now it being a seafood restaurant and being a good one the food isn't super dear but its not cheap either - with a bottle of water and a soft drink the total came to about £47.00.
The food was presented bistro style on fancy plates and presented well... we had the Monkfish with Thai sauce and new potatoes.. this was frankly amazing... lovely lovely food... the chilli jam sauce i'd happily pay for a jar myself.. there was about 3 fillets and 2 prawn skewers and enough potatoes to warrant the £30.00 cost.
We decided against the desert for no reason other than we simply didn't want one - but they did look very nice.
I'd love to go back to this restaurant and will do so when I'm back in St.Ives next year.
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