Firstly, the views are spectacular and make for a very pleasant setting. The menu is rather limited by some standards, but offers enough variety for most people. The emphasis is upon quality local produce, served in a relaxed setting with friendly staff. We had the Spinneys and Langoustines for starters, which were great finger food and notably fresher than other restaurants we had tried. For mains we had the Lobster Mac (aronie cheese) and Salmon Burger, both of which were very pleasant. The desserts were also excellent - the salted caramel brownie and creme brulee are both worth trying!
For the price, we felt it offered good value. It's not a al carte dining, but it is wholesome food, in a picturesque setting, served by friendly local staff. Definitely recommended, we would return again - just make sure you book in advance as they had to turn people away while we were dining.
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