I read an article about this place in a local sailing rag and planned to coincide a day out in Lymington with my son and a visit for breakfast. Having saved our appetite and resisted temptation till mid morning I was looking forward to a high quality 9 quid full breakfast! Unfortunately in reality the 2 rashers, anaemic (ovened?) sausage, single mushroom (cut in half), half a "warmed" tomato, floppy toast and a single egg which having split and lost its yolk was simply splashed over and served in a pool of grease next to a spoon of beans, did not live up to expectations, reviews or article. My boy asked why the sausage in his sandwich was so "stretchy" and resorted to "pealing" it before eating it..... I gave some feedback rather than complaining. The young man serving was polite and attentive, apologised and knocked off a couple of quid. In sum, I would say it's ok if you're stopping by on your boat but personally I would not make a special trip again and at 9 quid "quality ingredients" can drive cost but not value. Complacency or a bad day? On up side - nice venue, decor and waterside / boating theme well executed, high quality furnishings a cross between a driftwood feel and yurt type furs and cushions. The coffee was exceptional.
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