I've been here twice in the last fortnight, once for a family birthday with our 4 grown-up children and once with friends. The younger people were very happy not to have to dress up, yet you can go dressed up if you like. We were uniformly delighted with everything; My daughters loved the bacon and cabbage, though they seldom go for pork. The prawn starter is delicious, not so spicy that it masks the taste of the prawns and the chorizo is a clever addition. The Bellingham mushrooms are very good indeed, it is a great combination, the creamy sauce is very tasty, I shall try to make them at home. The Cataplana I will not try at home though, it is best left to Harry, a splendid dish, pronounced the best food he had had in 27 years of visiting Ireland by one of our party. I went for the lobster on my last visit, very cleverly prepared requiring no toolbox to eat, sublime. The generously-sized steak was also excellent. Even though we were the last to leave the restaurant by a long shot we were not rushed and got to sip our after-dinner digestifs without feeling we were delaying anybody. The pannacotta was light and delicious, so was the cheesecake. The wine list was well chosen to match the menu. There was a lovely atmosphere on both occasions and Harry and Marion came out for a chat and explained some recipes to one of my youngsters who wanted to copy the cous cous. I hope to get back asap!
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