We ate here twice for lunch. The location on top of a cliff overlooking the ocean and in a nicely restored pub cannot be faulted. The food was reasonable with local fresh fish and crisp salads. Unfortunately the service was a little slow and disinterested. The front patio area was lovely and we wanted to sit outside but despite having a number of umbrellas and only the mildest of breezes they refused to allow the umbrellas to be put up for shade (apparently it was too windy) meaning the only choices were to fry in the sun or retreat inside.
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