Came with high expectations. Although we're regular visitors to Shetland we've never eaten here, reputed to be among the islands' best places. Service friendly, relaxed but competent. Promising menu; as expected plenty of fishy choice, starters and mains. Imaginative but not extreme. Both my wife and I had turbot as our main dish. Unfamiliar with the fish but to our taste it was a little too rare. Accompaniments complemented it well. Ambience OK, nothing special. By 9 o'clock we were the last in dining room,with staff busying themselves around us setting up tables for next day as we set out on final course -irritating. Coffee machine had broken down so no espresso, no granita.
£70 for three courses with couple of glasses of wine.
Left with mixed feelings. Want to rate them at 3.5 - better than average but, on this occasion not that special. Will definitely give them another go, though!
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