This place has been on my list of places to eat for way too long and at last we found ourselves there early this evening.
We instantly liked the decor, which was an industrial/rustic mix of brushed sheet metal riveted to chunky wood on wooden floorboards trimmed with faux grass and a nice collection of one-off wall and ceiling art.
Good selection of drinks on offer including a variety of beers, ciders, gins and wines among other things. Soft drinks were served with a red-and-white paper straw, which is great to see in today's overly-plasticised world, especially considering the extra cost involved in providing a more environmentally-friendly product. It makes me feel that this place has heart to go with its good-for-the-soul food.
The menu has plenty that would take us back there in the near future. On our first visit we tried gröstl, which is a delicious mix of sausage, bacon, potatoes and onion topped with a fried egg. We also had the kedgeree which was delicately spicy with perfectly cooked rice, parsley, onion and fish with small sticks of French beans and (this will sound mad, but) the most perfectly cooked boiled egg I think I've ever had. Whether it was down to the variety of egg or the timing of the boiling, who can say, but it was full of flavour and melt-in-the-mouth without being overly hard or soft.
The lady who took our order was friendly and welcoming and set us up with a tab, which was a nice touch.
The washroom was spacious, clean and well-stocked.
The background music was great and they sometimes have open mic nights, live music and comedy too.
A chilled meal for two with a sea view. I look forward to coming back soon and if we can bring another couple next time we will definitely be phoning ahead to book one of your delicious paellas.
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