Called in for as snack and coffee. Staff really friendly and prices reasonable. Nice view over the harbour.
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We only had take out but the place buzzed - it was busy (always a good sign) & the fish & chips were quite excellent. Will definitely eat here again - maybe even sit in this time
Garlic Buttered Prawns!!!! If you get the chance, please have the skillet of garlic buttered prawns, they are flipping gorgeous. You can have them with half baguette or chips (no!!) It arrived on a hot skillet, with dressed leaves and a chili sauce and bread...More
Chose the faggots which came with either mash or chips and peas (garden or mushy). Service was quick and friendly and the meal was tasty and plentiful. Only problem I encountered was the wine. Only available in small bottles and not the best! Will definitely...More
Poor and slow service, items forgotten from main, drinks and desert order, inaccurate order taking, average food at best. We went for Sunday roast for my wife's birthday, however it was a disappointment.
Had lovely fish and chips for lunch today. Friendly staff. Coffee machine extremely loud. Very busy but meal served very quickly. Had to wait a long time for pot of tea for two. Beast fish we had eaten in a long time but possibly the...More
Came here twice - once for breakfast and another time for chips. The breakfast involved toast with the cheapest margarine possible on it - quite nasty, and not tasty. What a shame! The chips were better, but the veggie options were dreadful. Could you batter...More
Fantastic fish and chips they could be the best in wales. Fish cooked well with very thin batter on. The chips are delightful. They also do a variety of other food. Well worth a visit
Went in for a coffee and to check out menu. Relatively busy but not packed. Ordered two coffees and left after waiting 20 minutes. Long wait for basic service. Had gone to order from counter, order taken by waitress who showed us to a table,...More