The location of this restaurant (right on the beach) was an attraction, but the food was also terrific. We just had the standard fish and chips, but found the portions generous and most importantly, the fish was cooked to perfection in a light batter that was of the cheap greasy variety. We visited on a busy Friday evening, during a spell a brilliant weather, but despite the place being very busy, the service was prompt and very friendly, The only minor negative was the wine list, which was particularly brilliant and was quite pricey - we should have gone for what looked like a great range of local beers.
The parking has attracted some attention in previous reviews. It is a bit odd (you have to park on the beach) and you do have to pay during the official beach opening hours, but it is worth noting that National trust members can park for free - which we did.
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