Booked on a thursday table for six for a celebration. Sat upstairs in a moderately crowded room.
Waiter seemed a little away with the fairies, non attentive and amazed me when he emptied a whole bottle of wine into four wines glasses.
Menus were handed out whilst the specials board was dragged across the floor.
Fifty fifty on the meals, my basic fish and chips was nice but nothing more than paperwrapped fish however my wife had the snapper fillet and it was very nice. Seafood platter was average for the price.
Desert was good however this did not make up for the rest and as a whole I would not recommend or return.
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