I was enticed inside by the offer of laverbread gratin with cockles and bacon on the menu. The place is quirky with a hint of Fawlty Towers about it. Crooked pictures on the wall are complimented by piles of stuff behind the counter and only one table with a pepper mill on it. The fish soup starter was OK but could have done with some more seasoning. A heavily tattooed man in a dress brought out a tray of butter and garlic mayonnaise. They can't touch you for it these days and it added to the experience. We shouldn't have had to wait an hour for the main courses and we were the only diners in there but once the laverbread gratin arrived it turned out to be very good although the veg was a bit on the soggy side and I would have preferred new potatoes rather than chips. My partners Thai fish cakes were a generous portion but unfortunately only luke warm. Consistent with the other reviews here, the waitress was very inexperienced and left before we did. A memorable experience for all sorts of reasons.
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