The pub itself and the staff were warm and welcoming. The pub has lots of charm and character. We arrived on Good Friday evening in the pouring rain so our first impression was one of excitement as the scene was romantic and having already viewed the menu online we thought we were in for a perfect evening! The food was the let down. We both ordered scallops, £9.00 each and when it arrived we had 2 scallops which I feel is not value. We had the highly acclaimed bouillabaisse, again very disappointing, luke warm on arrival and after all the faffing about with the shelled fish the meal was cold. The sauce was watery and tasteless only livened up by the aioli. Again the price did not match up with what was on the plate, we are seafood lovers and still wondering where the seafood was.
I would return to enjoy the pubs quaintness and atmosphere but I would not eat here again.