We wanted a quick bite to eat on our way home from Baltimore. The chef came out and advised that the fish (Megrim sole) would be best pan-fried, as it was so delicate it would be overcooked by the time batter was fully cooked. We wanted to share a portion of chips, and were asked if we would like to have salad (also split). The chips were perfect -hot, crisp golden outside, fluffy inside. The salad was clean, in beautiful miniarure pieces and lightly dressed. The fish was delicious - lightly browned, edges slightly crisp snd flesh succulent. Service was attentive and engaging, but not intrusive. All in all, the best fish and chips I can remember EVER eating out. You can park in the churchgrounds opposite, up to 6:30pm.
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