We booked the table at short notice and had trouble finding it. The Quay does not have any street names on them and we looked on google for directions which seemed straight forward. We walked right passed it.
It reminded me of one of those sea side huts but stretched towards the back. We had no view of the marina as there is only a small entrance and hoards of people blocked any other view we might have had. menus are given and all around the room there are specials of the day on chalk boards. I had slow cooked lamb in a thyme jus which i enjoyed but there was no taste of the thyme. My husband had Saint-Jacques which he also enjoyed.
The tables are tightly packed, it is very cramped and impossible to have a private or romantic conversation.