Walking out to the end of the pier as the sun went down and past all the seals was memorable.
We went here on a Weds eve and the restaurant gradually got busy, so I would suggest making a reservation - most people reserved tables near the windows of the more formal dining area ( best spot to soak up the view). The rear of the restaurant felt a bit too casual for dinner.
Whilst we enjoyed the food it wasn't the most outstanding seafood I have ever eaten and a little on the expensive side. The location however was unique and the restaurant felt authentic and local which made for a very nice evening - the glass bottom table was also a big a hit!
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