Dined here in 2011 and again this week. Staff are most welcoming and friendly and the view over one of Cornwall's most beautiful beaches ensures an enjoyable visit, on top of which the excellent food is a bonus. Choose form tapas or more substantial main courses. We visited twice and highlights included Moroccan chicken, bouillabaise, squid with chorizo, whitebait, an enormous T-bone steak, and red prawn curry. There is a good range of wine and for the beer drinkers a local St Ives ale (Boilers) which is recommended. Looking forward to returning in October. Best to book in the evening as understandably becoming very popular.
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