An unfussy and all-American menu keeps the punters well fed alongside a bunch of Tex-Mex favourites and, of course, some of that beautiful seafood you'd expect to see in this part of the country. We have an open toasted ciabatta with chicken (10.95), feta, olive tapenade and handful of chips from a packet. Not a lot of creativity there, but that's something you can't expect from a place like this.
Mussels in white wine steamed up the table with sweet aromas of garlic and chorizo as well as a serving of Lexi's shore dinner. Here we have more mussels, half a pound of clams, boiled corn and a lobster slumped over the entire thing. There was meant to be a cup of clam chowder but I only discovered I didn't get it until after we'd left and returned to our B&B. I guess I was so engrossed in extracting the sweet flesh from the lobster that I - along with the waitress - failed to remember what I paid for.
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