Whilst staying at the Braye Beach Hotel we took the couple of steps across the road to the First and Last for dinner. We were warmly welcomed and given a table upstairs with a lovely view of the harbour. The menu was fairly traditional, with various fish/seafood options as well as meat. The starter sizes were extremely generous - we tried the chicken livers in masala and the sardines - both would have passed as main courses. For mains we had sirloin steak and a skewers of scallops and prawns, served with a lovely house potato dish plus fries and vegetables. Again, very good portion sizes. We shared a slice of walnut tart for dessert. It's not fancy cooking or presentation, but all the courses were tasty and wholesome. Service was good throughout, and we had a nice chat with Rita the owner on our way out. The decor (blue and white checked tablecloths) along with the sea view, reminded us of Greek taverna style - but with puffins for an Alderney twist (see photo)! Sadly there were no boat trips running out to Birhou Island when we were there, these were the only puffins we saw!
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