We came here on spec on a Sunday lunchtime at the beginning of the Easter holidays and were very impressed. The weather was decent so there were more people sitting outside than in the pub itself so we took one of the last tables overlooking the harbour.
There is a selection of about three real ales - the Taylor's Landlord was good when we visited - and prices were good. We could not fault the food: I had the fish, chips and peas, which was as good as any I found in the area. Crisp batter coating a massive slab of moist and tasty fish, and the all important mushy peas. I have attached a picture with the review because words don't do it justice. There were a few takers for the scampi in our group too, and they all loved it - a generous portion of good quality scampi. We also sampled the chilli, which went down very well. To the credit of the pub, they did not hesitate to swap the rice which was on the menu for chips at no extra cost. Again, prices were good.
Service was excellent and quick for a busy lunchtime, and welcoming of our group of four adults and two children. The location is stunning, especially on a day when you can sit outside. Highly recommended.
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