The Seahourse Inn has so much history, and after the refurbishment that took place a few years ago, many of us who live locally had big hopes for this restaurant. It seems to have had a series of chefs and staff.
The last two times we ate there, we found the service to be very poor and amateurish, and the food a bit greasy and on the level of pub food. With such a magical spot and building, it is a shame that the owners cannot provide a restaurant to match.
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