The restaurant is not the very modern one in the top photograph. It is in a wonderful turn of the last century building near the railway station and canal, and a sight to see both inside ,particularly, and out. They specialise in sea food although there are other choices. The food is superb and it is altogether a great experience to be eating such excellent food in such historic surroundings. It is not expensive.
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