The quality food deserves a better home. The ambience disappointed at first due perhaps to the lighting and a strange musty odour on arrival (which admittedly dissipated as the restaurant filled up). But a lovely warm welcome from the staff and an interesting menu soon concentrated minds on dinner. We had the home smoked salmon with capers and the tempura fried gurnard goujons to start. Then there was the Brixham Hake with crab and coriander crust for me and the Brixham Sea Bass on a prawn and lemon risotto for my wife. All taken with a bottle of Picpoul. Wonderful. And so many other food options we could have chosen.
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