Popped in at the end of TT week which is a very busy time in the Isle of Man. We were asked to take a seat and a table became free in around 10 minutes. We were seated and provided with menus and a bowl of prawn crackers, together with an apology for the wait.
I ordered salt & pepper chicken to start followed by szechuan chicken and a portion of chips. The food when it arrived was excellent. The starter contained chilli peppers not pepper but as I love them it was excellent. It may however be too fiery for a novice so I would be careful when ordering. It burns. So much so that it was difficult to tell whether the food was hot or cold - my mouth was burning that much! Personally I loved it but it may be too much for A N Other.
The main course was fine, although a little bland after the starter. The portion size was generous too.
The view is spectacular and provides a great backdrop for that special meal.
If I had one niggle it would be the service. I know the place was very busy, but delivery was slow and disjointed and while the food was hot enough, they could have brought it all together. There were only two of us after all. I also had to ask twice for the bill. Why do restaurants do this? It strikes me that their whole raison d'etre is to earn a living and so many fall down when it comes to billing.
Overall - well worth a visit.
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