We visited on a cool, breezy, but sunny August day. We were able to sit outside on the covered patio and appreciated the fleece blankets at each table in case guests need them to make it extra comfortable to enjoy the sea breeze. They had a very good menu, with plenty of options for all palettes, including our children. Three adults shared two Smorresbrod platters, which was plenty of delicious food. One guest with a nut allergy had to send one item back to be remade, but the kitchen was very conscientious about doing so, and the guest was fine.
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