Four of us stopped for lunch on a lazy Saturday. The gloom turned to sun, the tide came in and made spray against the harbour walls - a fantastic scene for a meal. The food didn't disappoint. Each dish had more than usual depth of flavour. Cod was locally sourced, chips were a revelation, fish pie emphasised the sea and not the potato. Chocolate/coffee creme brûlée and rich brownie with crisp crust both offered subtle variations on familiar dishes. A find.
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