The restaurant is a lovely laid back venue with wooden style tables like you would expect from a posh shak! Its a cafe but with no pretensions of being a restaurant, however the food choice is plentiful and quality superb. The view and setting are to die for being positioned in St Brelade's Bay with a window table overlooking the bay.
Despite it being off season was still a few tables being served and the options available plentiful.
The king prawns were one of the best I have tasted.
The menu is varied, as you would expect with a seafood bias. The quality of food is outstanding, other establishments of the island would do well to match. Service was also good.