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The Old Quay Inn
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Reviewed 9 May 2013 via mobile

Breakfast and dinner in the Inn's restaurant. Breakfast was a feast with so much to eat that the need for lunch evaporated. The mushrooms were particularly delicious and mountains of toast challenged the heartiest of our party. Dinner was equally great and the fish was fresh and tasty washed down with a very respectable white wine. Next time I intend to make use of the limited accommodation, just two double rooms.
On my priority list to visit again very soon.

  • Stayed: May 2013
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1  Thank John C
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Reviewed 11 March 2013

My father and I had lunch here and were really pleasantly surprised. I had the crab bisque to start with a garlic aioli and then steak and kidney pudding. Dad had the Fish and chips.

The bisque was stunning, with actually quite a lot of crab meat in it and was seasoned to perfection. The steak and kidney pudding was devine, Thing the size of a huge single ravioli and that was the size. The meat and kidney was compacted in the pastry with a highly reduced sauce to boot. Very good.

Fish and chips were great with very light, almost tempura light batter and home made tartare sauce. and the fish was very fresh indeed. We are going their soon for a Sunday lunch as they sell sirloin and not topside which most pubs sell these days. Highly recommended.

  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled with friends
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