We were so glad to come into this very old and historic pub out of the howling gale on the sea front. The welcome from behind the bar was really warm and friendly and we enjoyed pots of tea while we warmed up and chose from the extensive menu. We had the tomato and cheese bruschettas which were nicely presented and tasty. This looks to be good value "pub grub" in comfortable albeit slightly shabby surroundings but we were happy with what we had. It clearly gets busy in the summer - not surprisingly it was very quiet in current weather conditions. It is clearly a child friendly restaurant with plenty of high chairs visible and changing facilities. We didn't try them but the "home made" type puddings looked very tempting and the fish range excellent.
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