The views from the outer dining areas of the restaurant are wonderful. We went for lunch with a dear friend who lives not far away. It's a very grown up venue although children are clearly welcome, sophisticated and elegant (felt a bit under-dressed but we certainly weren't treated that way by the warm & friendly staff). Having a potentially life-threatening crustaciean allergy it might seem bonkers to eat in a predominately fish orientated restaurant, however, the waitress took the news in her stride & my choice from the children's menu (macaroni cheese with garlic bread; delicious) didn't raise so much as a single eyebrow hair. My husband & friend opted for lemon sole & hake respectively which was beautifullly presented & thoroughly enjoyed. Accessibility for people with limited mobility might be a problem (check before going to be sure). I couldn't spot an easy acess entry point - there are several steps & there are no Blue Badge designated Bays in the car park. There is a disabled access toilet (so I presume there is a way to get in to the building), but I had an entertaining ten minutes when I found myself locked in (oh dear!) with no pull cord for emergencies, I toyed with the idea of using a handy lighter to set off the smoke alarm (no smoke alarm) as I didn't have my mobile but couldn't have got a signal on it anyway... Never mind, I was rescued before my 'party' had even registered that I was missing! This would be a lovely place for a special romantic balmy summer's evening rendezvous.
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