Conveniently located in the centre of Aberlady village, this restaurant is a good watering hole for those who have just been up to Gullane Point.
It was a Sunday and there was live music in the bar, which was rather loud, but it ended at some point, as did the rugby on the telly. It was good to know that food was served until 9, although we were kept waiting for a while until the menus were brought (I was on the brink of ordering something off the small menu, which I had mistaken for the proper one.) We were informed that there was room in the restaurant at the back, but decided to remain seated in the bar. In the end, I had a wild boar terrine for starters and a salmon linguini for mains, whereas my partner opted for whitebait, followed by pork belly with caramelised apple. We were both very satisfied.
There were some IPAs on tap, which is never a bad thing. A small selection of whiskies is also available. We managed to get the bus back in the nick of time. No complaints.
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