Porthleven - The blue lights making everything blue as we arrive
The entrance with flaming "pillars"
The boats in the harbour looking blue as well
We arrived first and sat down for a drink and waited for Jim's sister to arrive - looking at the harbour through the window. Beware the Mojito that Jim's sister had £9.95 phew !
They have decided to carry on with the "Tapas" style menu with the choice of either having lots of the smaller dishes or treating one as a starter, followed by one of the mains - not a great choice there though ! Unfortunately you really need to all do the same thing but Jim and I went for the starter and main whilst the others went for lots of the smaller dishes.
Sadly me being the odd one out and not able to eat spicy food and not liking shellfish I was limited but really enjoyed the Lemon Sole Goujons and the other mainly enjoyed the 7 smaller dishes of crab, prawns, and others I can't remember - but of course Jim & I still had the Char-grilled plaice to go - whereas the others had more or less finished theirs -
The puddings were OK but we were rather too disappointed by then to enjoy them.
They were reasonably busy, but not crowded, so no real excuse for bad cooking. The bill - if you really want to know was £177.00 + tip for four of us - and it took a while to split the bill as the staff are still struggling with the hi-tec gadgets.
Not a patch on the Rick Stein Fish & Chip Restaurant in Falmouth where the fish has always been really well cooked and delicious.