We were regulars here for dinner/drinks for over a week, as we were based at the campsite next door.
The restaurant is set out in a series of diner style booths and offers a range of pub classics and more local fare - lasagne, fish and chips, venison stew, haggis starter, local smoked salmon. The melt-in-your-mouth pork belly deserves special mention. The dishes are slightly let down by the vegetable sides (the baby carrots look straight out of a packet) and the desserts were OK, but not as good as the mains.
A team of enthusiastic and friendly Czech friends man the tables and the bar; it turns out they also run the neighbouring surf shop.
Prices are reasonable.
The restaurant is often full, so if you haven't reserved then be prepared to wait in the adjoining bar - no great hardship as its very welcoming and you can enjoy your drink on comfortable sofas overlooking the sea.
Worth a try.
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