Took the King Harry Ferry across to have dinner here, literally making the reservation en route as we just wanted to see the location and perhaps have a drink if they were busy, but then decided we night as well have dinner here. The drive is a bit hair raising with the narrow lanes (well this is Cornwall) but once you arrive it is a truly stunning location. What a shame we couldn't enjoy a drink on the terrace but it was too windy.
A complimentary cup of gazpacho was served but we found it too sweet! The starter of red mullet was tender and tasty followed by a delicious risotto with plentiful spring greens and topped with asparagus. My husband had sea bass which again was fresh and beautifully presented.
The atmosphere is one of calm sophistication and professional staff. The candles are a nice addition, and the sea views are a beautiful bonus!
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