A very nice setting looking across the bay. A menu which everyone should find something they would like.
Four nights eating something different each night, I could go again and ponder what to have.
Tender steak, pork tomahawk, fillet of grey meagre all perfectly cooked and full of flavour. I’m not a fan of sauces, but accompanied by harissa hummus and raspberry, pork was delicious.
Enough flavour in both fish and the steak - a sauce would spoil the dish.
From the starters tried, trio of croquettes was a winner. Calamari nice but a bit overcooked - these things happen in kitchens.
Whilst I’ve given a 5 rating I would like to draw concern with the pizza I had. If not mistaken, the essence of pizza lies with the dough? Neither was this pizza thin and crispy or full and flavoured. The base resembled one which would be akin to a uk supermarket? And maybe cooked in a conventional oven? Some lovely and inventive toppings on the menu. But how good could they be if the dough issue is addressed.
Service has been excellent throughout, though the night I had pizza it was a bit lacking in attentiveness and care.
The beauties of trying somewhere more than once
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