The evening I visited was warm, so I chose to sit outside - even though I was tempted by the interior. There is a bar where you can enjoy a drink while choosing from the fresh fish on display. There are hefty metal columns and many hard surfaces and a ducted ceiling. It’s just how you want a fresh seafood restaurant to look - and if you try hard enough you can even imagine you have left central London to dine somewhere on our British shores.
We started with a glass of champagne and some marinated olives as we examined the menu. For starters I opted for the yellowfin tuna tartare with avocado and chilli. The tuna was expertly seasoned and tasted as fresh as could be. To accompany our meal, our attentive waitress recommended a bottle of Satyr Sauvignon Blanc from the wine list, which complemented our food perfectly. For the main course I went for the Soft Shell Crab Burger, with white cabbage and rocket. The crab was delicious and felt such a treat - however I would recommend only ordering this if you have a very large appetite. I left most of the burger bun as I wanted to make sure that I was experiencing the crab in its full glory. My friend ordered the daily special of Tuna, which was fresh from the boat - it was cooked to perfection and looked divine. This restaurant is really about simple fresh fish and seafood at affordable prices. There's even an all day set brunch menu, priced at just £25 for two courses and £30 for three.
I did manage a little dessert - well who can say no to sticky toffee pudding! Definitely not me. The food was exactly what I’d hoped for from a seafood restaurant, fresh and flavoursome and the service was second to none.