A cheeky glass of local white wine at lunchtime, and the fish casserole (fish soup) on the menu under the main course, not to be confused with the starter option, completed with a garlic bread, was an excellent lunchtime treat. For a seafront/harbour restaurant setting, it really did not break the bank and the staff were quite charming. We walked past the first restaurant on the prom, and it was probably just as good, but we can definitely recommend this one for this dish alone.
We got a small cocktail on the house as a welcome drink and an digestif drink afterwards, also complimentary. All very nice.
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