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Four of us enjoyed a pub lunch in the lounge bar of The Sea Bed (Anchor Hotel) while waiting on the ferry to take us back over to Portavadie. The boys both had the homemade burgers with chunky chips and the girls had scampi served...More
Not many places open for an evening meal in late January so we were delighted to find this restaurant in the Anchor Hotel. Decor was excellent and the staff friendly and attentive. The menu was extensive with special burger nights and steak nights. Large portion...More
On the harbour, part of the Anchor Hotel, and one of the few open off season. This was a visit that worked really well. Staff rapport and ambience were excellent, and the seafood served was absolutely up to the mark and generous in the servings....More
We really enjoyed the food - vegetarian burger and haddock and especially impressed by the side of vegetables which were cooked lightly and to perfection in a smoky sauce. It was busy on Friday night, but the staff were not rushed and it was a...More
I had a lovely dinner here which was brilliantly cooked. My only criticism was the fact I found the portion size very small especially after spending £21 on a ribeye steak, it looked like it had been cut in half. Anyway that aside it was...More
I think the title says it all. We love mussels and were thrilled to find them on the menu. We ordered and along came the biggest pot of mussels I have ever seen. Cooked to perfection in a white wine and cream sauce. Sheer bliss.
We had to wait rather a long time in this pleasant restaurant, but the manager explained that for some reason there were more customers than expected. I imagine that everyone was satisfied: we were. We enjoyed our local moules. In fact, we were told, all...More