Having visited previously for a very good value Sunday lunch, we went again with two friends on a quiet evening last week.
I had mussels (traditional marinieres style) to start and received a generous portion, mussels cooked well, (plump and juicy) and seasoned just right! (I've had them elswhere when they have been overcooked and far too salty.)
Followed by a very nicely presented pork belly with melting tender meat and a perfect crackling.
The other 3 diners all enjoyed their dishes which included fish cakes, lamb shank, fish fillet, and two different yummy choc deserts.
We were served by Bridget who turned out to be the owner, and she was very welcoming and helpful.
The bill for 4 including drinks was about £70 as I recall, very good value.
The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed. The only thing I would change about Dock O the Bay is the great big shark mural!
Definitely will be returning.
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