We had dinner there on a saturday night. The place was busy and had a good atmosphere.
For starters, I had crab which was served on toast, and my husband had french onion soup. The crab was fine but I've had better elsewhere. The onion soup was just mediocre, nothing special. As it boasted as a French restaurant, we had high expectations of the soup.
For mains, I had the bouillabaise, and my husband had the seabass which was a special of the day. The bouillabaise was again ok, the fish was too over cooked and chewy. The seabass again was average.
The service was way below average. The staff who served us made no effort to inform us of the specials of the day. I know it was all written on the blackboard, but our table was at the far end, and it was very very dark inside and the writing very small.
Our bill came to just under £100 including a bottle of wine and a glass of kir royale. I guess food alone was probably around £35 per head which I thought was overpriced considering the quality of the meal.
I've had much better food and service elsewhere in the Isle of Man and would not be rushing back.
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