Not a bad atmosphere for a Pub, but not very good as a restaurant.
The Pub had a fairly good range of Ales, but the food was somewhat average. I had fish and chips.
The fish was OK, but the chips looked and tasted like Oven Chips. It is very sad that a seaside pub/restaurant should dish up Fish and Chips with Chips that have not been hand cut and fried.
Service wasn't too bad, but one of the Bar men patted a dog, and didn't wash his hands before serving
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