Our party of five arrived about 8pm on a Sunday and waited around 20 mins for a table, which was not too bad. Also, we were kept informed of the likely timescales throughout the wait, so didn't feel abandoned.
Well-sited, right by the water, with a good atmosphere.
Tried both the clam chowder and the fish stew. Both good, with plenty of clams in both and some mussels and prawns in the latter. However, the well put together fish stew was a bit on the small side for $20 - a bit less artistry, a bit more food please - but with extras of sourdough bread and fries (a touch over-salted), plus some decent draught beers, we enjoyed the meal.
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