dropped in for dinner on way to the theatre. its a nice setting on the revamped waterfront, with some good views if you (get to) pick your seat carefully.
i found the food good and authentic and the service excellent, nothing was too much trouble. we went for the garlic bread with cheese and marinated olives, to nibble on. only complaint here was the garlic bread was a little small.
then onto the baked mushrooms and crab cakes. both very tasty, the mushrooms that can be quite greasy at times, weren't here and there was plenty of crab in the crab cakes. and for mains we had the lobster ravioli and the chicken calabrese. the ravioli were generously filled, served in a saffron sauce and the chicken calabrese (with italian sausage & veg) came in a very nice and spicey tomato sauce with choice of potatoes or side salad. i went with the salad, classic and very fresh.
overall a very nice meal, i'd have no hesitation in going back next time i'm on the wirral.