This is a cheerful well run restaurant, we ate about 1900, by 1930 it had started to fill up. Regulars were loudly welcomed by the staff and the service was very good. Tables were comfortable and well presented. Food was squarely aimed at British
holiday makers, hot and very acceptable. Staff spoke good English and were able to deal with a complicated food allergy. Garlic mushrooms, mixed grill, Mellon and ham, sea bream.
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