Entered at 7pm and immediately settled into this relaxed restaurant. The decor is bright and filled with modern art but the overall feeling is cosy and unstressed. The boss (not Oscar) welcomed us with menus and we picked the main course from the specials of the day - A duo of pollock and turbot in a bisque reduction with samphire and leek with beetroot crisps on a bed of mashed potato. Really excellent, with accompanying vegetables perfectly cooked (turnip puree never tasted better). We shared a dessert, a trio of creme brulee, traditional, white chocolate and rhubarb, all excellent, although the egg base was slightly thickened, accompanied by two home made 'moreish' biscuits. Wine was an Albarinho, a touch expensive but full-bodied and well balanced. The freshness of the fish and the vegetables is the key impression we took away.
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