This was our first visit to Dylans and we had high expectations from the reviews - and we weren't disappointed. Being a Friday night, the place was busy with a quick turnover of tables - we were upstairs and had fab views over the Strait. We shared a crudités starter - lovely selection of dips, veg and chunks of bread but the red pepper/chilli/tomato dip looked and tasted exactly like cold Heinz tomato soup weirdly. Mains of sea bass, burger box and vegetarian tart - all delicious and generous, yummy chunky chips! We kept space for a pud and that was the only slight disappointment - ice cream was three curls (we didn't get full scoops) with a biscuit served in a chipped glass dish. Rhubarb and custard sundae delicious, as was the Mess - but for the price, a larger sundae glass and presented on at least a saucer would be nice, rather than just plonked on the table with a spoon that didn't reach the bottom of the glass. Not overly impressed at £5.95 for a dessert. Apart from that, service was good, staff are lovely and this restaurant is well worth a visit.
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