This is a real gem of a pub. The location is perfect and the view is unbeatable. The Sunday roast offers generous portions at a very reasonable price. The service is great and as always the atmosphere is spot on. Aye Aye
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Staff seamed a litlle confused, a little disjointed bread rolls arrived some time after soup had been eaten, main meal had to be returned as some food was still raw. No condiments offered they had to be chased up as did steak knifes, food was...More
Booked a table here for Mother's Day and when we turned up they weren't expecting us at all, kind of understandable due to it being Mother's Day however there wasn't even a table ready. The entire time we were sat down, we were never asked...More
We've just enjoyed a lovely lunch at the Captain's Cabin. We received a friendly welcome. Sat at a table with a super view. Plenty of choices on the menu. We chose fish & chips followed by apple crumble. It was very nicely presented. The food...More
Enjoyed a lovely family meal at The Cabin. Garlic mushroom starters were the best I've had and the steaks cooked to perfection. Great vegetarian choices too for my daughter. Very helpful and friendly waitress, chef and bar staff. Highly recommended.
Was made welcome , food looked good , we only went for one ended up staying for 3 , afternoon was quiet but staff said it picks up in the evening , lovely restaurant area looking over the sea , place looked tired , but...More
We booked online to have Sunday lunch and catch up with friends and relations. The restaurant has been taken over by Andy and as such is in its infancy as a new business. The surroundings are well decorated and the sea views excellent. We opted...More