We visited Easter Friday for a bite and a drink, (licensing rules restrict patrons who wish to enjoy a drink to having food as well on Good Friday). It was sunny with a fresh onshore breeze blowing, but we found a sheltered spot to relax in. Our waitress was attentive and friendly and very soon we had been served our drinks followed shortly after with a lovely tapas plate, with a side of healthy fries to partner them. It was busy but the waiting team seemed to cope well. We asked what plans they had to deal with wet weather and our waitress commented that she had been expecting a cover to be installed, but there was no sight of this at Easter. Could be tricky getting a dry spot in the rain. The location is fantastic, just what is needed on the waterfront. We enjoyed the tapas and wine. Price was reasonable we felt given the stunning setting, lovely comfy cane furniture and substantial sun umbrella offering us shade. Just one comment/recommendation. The laminated ticket with printed number on it wanted to fly away in the fresh breeze. How about including a small block of wood painted white with a slot cut in it to slide the card into to stop it flying off? Otherwise, just keep up the good work.
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