We have been there several times simply for the view from the restaurant, even in bad weather it's quite spectacular.
We had however never had lunch before. Living locally is the only reason for that.
The food was well prepared and presented.
My wife had the monkfish and prawn curry. I had the Barnsley lamb chop. The portions were not large , but certainly plenty for a lunch.leaving us both pleasantly full.
The wine list is comprehensive. The waitresses were smartly dressed, friendly and attentive, without being intrusive
The restaurant and bistro have a certain, "old world charm and things move at a steady and relaxed pace. Ideal if you want to take your time and unwind.
On the website the " book a table link" is only for the bistro.
Bookings for the restaurant are only by telephone.The views from the restaurant are some of the best you will see ! Even better than the bistro!
Lunch with wine, a bottle of water was just over £65, although by choice the wine was almost half of that, but there are many cheaper alternatives.
The only very slight niggle, though totally understandable, is that at lunchtime in the bistro you cannot book a table by the window, It's first come first served.