This was not the best dinner ever. The fish and cream sauce was okay on flavor, but the fish was very overcooked. The bread was just some white sandwich bread, not so great. But the salad was very nice with tender lettuce and sweet corn, sprouts and tomato, carrots and endive. It was not a terrible meal, but I hope to never have to eat it again.
This was a very strange but tasty dish. The hot gratinèed ham was delicious spread on the chewy bread.
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.
Fish and chips, a small mixed greens salad. For my first ever fish and chips in England, this one was pretty good. The fish was flaky and perfectly cooked inside it’s crunchy shell of fried batter. The chips were not so good, a little dry. But the tarter sauce was home made and awesome. The salad was a nice touch of freshness on a plate otherwise piled high with friedness.