Yes, it has the sea view, but that's really about all. It's expensive, trying to be upmarket and it's not.
Bread served after the appetiser -odd ?
Ambience -very hollow, no atmosphere, felt more like a cafe with basic wood tables and chairs. Some booths absorb the hollowness, but not all.
Food -menu looks good, but everything apears cooked on same grill, so you have same burnt meat and fish taste, whether you order seafood or steak
Service -polite, but felt like you were on a conveyor belt, in, order, eat quick, out, reseat table....
Menu -they only serve what the menu says, if you want to change something, I.e. Fries for veg, then it's a no no, they won't change it, but they will charge you for the veg as an extra as well.
You can get better for your money elsewhere,
Water, a guy walks round with an old open bottle(not opened at your table, could contain anything!), filled from the tap so it appears, no ice in it, and continually asking you about water, which does get irritating, it soon becomes warm in your glass with no ice in it.
This place has the potential to be good, but whilst they keep the ethos of Sharkeys downstairs carried through to upstairs it won't improve. Upmarket prices and dining needs attention to detail, and style, something that is lacking.
Also we noticed that someone was doing what we felt to be a 'stocktake' on the tables and diners, walking past writing on a scrappy piece of paper tables and head counts. Makes you feel most unwelcome and like a bit of an inconvenience to them !
Better value downstairs, and same views