Having spent the afternoon on the beach at Downderry, we passed here hoping to get a table. We probably got the last available table as all the others had reserved signs on them. We were shown through the back and were seated in a very busy dining room. We were handed the menus and had to go through to the bar to order drinks, then again to order the food. That was the downside, especially when it was so busy. Hey ho. We had 2 children with us aged 6 and 4, they were brought the child's portion of scampi and the child's ham and eggs. Great sized portions (they had more chips than the adults) and well presented and the children did their utmost to clean their plates. I had the haddock and chips and my friend ordered the lamb. The haddock was great, but the chips were disappointing, don't get me wrong, they tasted fine but were served hidden under the fish and were not shaped liked chips but were in 'bits'?? Could also have done with more. The lamb was served pink, the usual nowadays. Unfortunately, my friend could not eat it as she likes her meat cooked more. On hindsight, we should have sent the plate back, but we did not fancy queuing at the bar again and the waiting staff were rushed off their feet. We did try to catch their attention with no luck. I feel the staff should have informed us that the lamb was cooked pink when we first ordered and I could have requested it well done? The kids enjoyed their meals and we thought ours okay. Also quite expensive. Would I go back? No
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