Just around the corner from the harbour we saw the Lytehouse and checked out the menu. It appealed enormously as we were ready for a change from fish & chips and burgers etc.
We booked for that evening and arrived to a very warm welcome. The decor inside was tasteful and inviting. I chose the beetroot and goat’s cheese starter which was a perfect combination of creaminess and saltiness. My partner ordered monkfish tail and chorizo, shallots and samphire smoked paprika aioli which he thought delicious. Our main courses were mackerel with crushed potato and accompaniaments and beautifully cooked venison haunch, fondant potato, spinach and red wine sauce. We shared a portion of fresh peas and smoked bacon which was mouth watering!
Along with 2 beers and a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon the total bill came to £70 which we thought was good value. Would highly recommend.
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