Set at the end of the harbour wall, this restaurant does not look like a place you would want to stop at. Outside it is in need of a coat of paint. However, inside it is clean & tidy. Although we only had coffee, the menu looked interesting. Our visit was on a Sunday at lunch time & from the gathering customers it is obviously popular. You look out towards the harbour on one side of the room & into the sea on the other, providing a great photo opportunity.
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