We started with this salted beef and caramelized pearl onions, it was lovely, though not in great abundance. The beef was salty and tender, the onions had a crunch, but also brought a punch of sugar to the plate.
This was my main at the little pub on the cliff of the bay. It was a delicious pan seared hake fillet laid over crisp-tender fennel stalks. I normally don’t enjoy liquorice, but this was mild and very nice alongside the delicate fish. The skin on the hake had a beautiful salted crispy texture. The potatoes were a nice anchor for every other bite. It was a beautiful meal, alongside a beautiful view of the most beautiful beach in the UK.