This is the only establishment I tried, so I could make no other comparison. The food was good, but a little expensive. (For example, the soup was 5euro and the salmon or the mussels were 11euro.) The soups were homemade, quite filling, and came with your choice of homemade roll. The seafood is local, and fresh--but farmed, so beware if that is important to you! The menu also included lasagne, wraps, and panini among quite a number of choices. The desserts of pies, tarts, cakes, scones, and other pastries were homemade and delicious.
The shop is tastefully decorated with a really nice selection of clothes, pottery, and nickknacks, but nothing local.
There are a number of old photographs of local life--a couple varieties of stone houses, including the beehive variety after which this establishment is named--which are interesting and informative, and definitely worth a look.