Do you like your samphire to come from Israel - grown on a kibbutz? Their's is excellent - tender, salty, perfect with the scallops we had - caught this morning. This place has only been open 6 weeks. The owner/chef (Tim) has a local fishing business and deserves an accolade. Beautiful views and really good, friendly service. One of the fish dishes we ordered didn't have sufficient of a particular ingredient - but no problem - just adapt. The puddings are all home made and change every day. We shared a lemon meringue pie and ice cream. Be warned - it's BIG!
Probably best to lunch here rather than dine, for ambience and views. But this is heartily recommended and deserves to succeed. It's a bit out of the way so give it more than local support.
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