We visited on a quiet Wednesday evening in October. The restaurant had a small clientele for the size of the place. This was second choice because the seafood restaurant across the drawbridge on the other side was full and had a 50 minute wait at 6pm. Service was prompt and the food was ordinary 'pub' food. But, you have to like fish! The restaurant has a very strong smell of shell-fish that is obvious as you walk in the door. Some people aren't too keen on fishy aromas. I'll bet they turn around and walk right out again.