It was a lovely setting right on the water, the service was very good. The pizza bread was huge but I suppose when you are paying $17 you would expect to it to be large. There wasn't a huge main course menu but then sometime...More
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As a party of 8 we dined at No 8 - the Asian Fusion restaurant opposite and jointly owned. We decided let's head over to The Quay for coffee and desserts. As I mentioned there were 8 adults - some looking forward to special coffees,...More
Nice atmosphere, although quite bustling and a little noisy. Was there with a group of six, and we all had excellent meals. On the more expensive side, but given how nice they were have rated 5 stars.
The location of the Quay is fantastic - you can sit on the deck and pass the day/evening away watching the boats coming and going. The food, service, atmosphere, wine selection is all very good.
After doing thetown basin walk we stopped in here for dinner. The service staff were inviting and attentive during our meal. The ambiance was nice, and the food was nice also. Nothing was really special, but was a very nice place to have a good...More
Big family - 8 adults - Sunday brunch at The Quay. We reserved a table, with high chair in advance. Minimal wait for table staff to arrive to take our orders. Even asked if baby would like anything. All meals came out together and table...More
great service and food with a nice walk after your meal of the shops. great value for money and god selection of food
Right in the heart of the town basin is this humming gem . It has gone through a few ownerships, with the latest revampkng the inside. Lovely outdoor seating in all weathers looking right down on the quay. Very diverse food and drinks menu. A...More