I visited the Beach House a few years ago and was delighted with the romantic location.
At night the hut gleams like a Hopper painting and you feel lucky to have secured a seat inside. On that visit I had pan-fried fresh mackerel and I felt that my meal was worth the money.
So I was very disappointed on my return this week to find a limited expensive menu. Whitebait and calamari in starter size were fine but £18 for half of a sea-bream? Really?
Sea Bream is undoubtedly farmed, as are giant (Asian?) prawns, fried up in garlic butter but completely tasteless inside. It would be odd to be sitting within earshot of crashing waves and eating internationally grown farmed fish, (presented on a black-board to imply daily market activity), if that was the case. I hope that I'm mistaken.
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