We went here one Sunday in July, at about 6pm. First of all there is no free parking. Once we arrived in the near-empty restaurant we were sat in the outside terrace area with great views however the sun was beating down on us. We asked to be moved to another table (in an empty restaurant save for one other table and was refused, the waiter citing that the place was fully booked). So we asked for the roof on the terrace to be lowered which was done with the waiter huffing that we were "taking all the lovely sunshine away".
After that we seemed to have been blacklisted by the staff - we didn't get complimentary bread and olives as the other three tables did (when they eventually arrived), they didn't refill our water jug (as they did to others without prompting), they didn't ask if our meals were ok and when we left they didn't say goodbye to us despite them hovering around the door - they just avoided eye contact with us. Not sure how we upset them!
The food was average - the dish of plaice and new potatoes was bland, the fish and chips came with fries and was good but no better than pub standard but the oysters were very fresh and delicious. I assume the prices are high for the view and that the restaurant has high-end ambitions.
The bad atmosphere and poor treatment by the staff ruined it for us despite the stunning views. We only ate here as we were starving, had already paid for parking and couldn't find any alternatives. I wouldn't recommend this place at all.
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