Early for the dinner menu so had to eat off the lunch menu. The garlic bread was wonderfully runny with melted garlic butter and a side dish of butter in case you didn't have enough. The green lipped mussels served in a tomato and curry sauce were lovely. We ate them all with relish. My wife had the whitebait omelette, that seemed a strange combination, but was great. With a couple of beers and a small cider the whole meal was lovely as was the service and location. A sunny day completed the outing. Well worth the walk from our campsite.
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