Food is good, fresh snd tasty but service not particularly friendly. No gluton free baguette despite taking the order whrn it arrived it was a tiny gluton free sandwich - fine if we were told at the point if placing the order - could have...More
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We had a couple of sandwiches, which were tasty. The seafood was fresh. The atmosphere is laid back. The sandwiches are relatively expensive at between £7.50 and £11.50. Disappointingly, the sandwiches appear to be on shop-bought sliced loaf. Home-made, quality bread would make a huge...More
Our second visit here. Nice lunch. Good welcome from the staff. Quite a popular busy venue on our visit. I enjoyed the fish pie. Quite an extensive menu to suit all tastes. They have outside seating as well, but not so warm on the day...More
Stopped for an early morning coffee and cake before our long walk. Enjoyed it so called for lunch on the way back. Really nice cappuccino, cakes and fresh crab/prawn sanis. Lovely setting overlooking the estuary. Friendly staff. Loved it.
We really enjoyed our visit here and we were made to feel welcome. The food was of excellent quality that was freshly cooked after your order is placed. The desserts were pretty good too!
We stopped at the Lobster Pot on spec at lunch time on a Monday. The restaurant is quite small but uses the most of the space outside with additional seating. My husband loves sea food but the menu caters for a broad range of tastes....More
Thank you for visiting The Lobster Pot, we are glad to hear you enjoyed your visit. We hope you will visit again to try some more of our fresh cooked food.