The food is just average -- avoid the fish and chips -- but the scenery is lovely. We watched the ferry come and go and people strolling by in the outdoor seating area on a lovely, breezy day. It's counter service, plastic utensils of course, and the fish is not unlike a Long John Silver's. It was expensive and skimpy on the portions. Have a drink here but go to a more upscale restaurant for your seafood. One member of our party ordered a shrimp platter that was pretty much six tiny shrimp hiding beneath a massive bed of shoestring French fries.
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