Had a wonderful pancake starter with scallops topped with cheese followed by lobster. The cheese soufflé was also. Ugh enjoyed.
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We had dinner here and found it a pleasant restaurant with a good menu. We had a whole lobster which was very fresh and tasty and we thought reasonably priced at £37. Also had the fish soup and smoked fish selection. Enjoyed the meal and...More
We visited on a Saturday, so although service was not quite as speedy as on our previous two visits, the food was excellent again. Everything is prepared to order in the small open kitchen. We had a lobster main, which was perfect.
Booked this for a special birthday treat, so glad I did, the food was lovely and it was great watching the chefs work. For starters I has the seafood platter and my partner had the Queenie pancake, both we're just the right amount and lovely....More
We went there for dinner - we both had the fish soup not bad and not good I felt it had a taste of canned tomato soup behind it - we ordered mains of Whole Sea Bass which was good and the side order of...More
Lovely small restaurant just off the quay side. Large choice of fresh fish prepared and cooked superbly. The deserts are good too. Service good.
Lovely restaurant , slightly tucked away but plenty of access, reputation is for fish dishes but they do have other options. Very good starter and mains all cooked to perfection, not desert people so unable to appraise. You will not be disappointed !!
Recently returned from a short break in the Isle of Man. A week or so before travelling, I contacted the restaurant to make a table reservation for dinner on the Wednesday. On the morning of our booking, my husband and I popped into Tanroagan to...More
Second time we have been here, the first was fantastic - this time however my main course (turbot) was oily & tasted like a chip shop fried fish with a very conflicting orange and fennel croquet & overly mustardy leek fricassee. I told the waitress...More