With the weather having been wet and cold in the previous days, we had no expectations of being able to eat dinner outside. However, this casual seafood eaterie had a heated tent as well as their handful of indoor tables. So, dinner was taken in the semi-outdoors.
Lobster roll was good. A generous portion with the meat in big chunks; the bread lightly toasted; decent fries and a red cabbage slaw that worked really well as a texture contrast. Fish & chips brought haddock in a very light, if not very crisp, batter. It encased perfectly cooked fish – big flakes with no of mushiness. The chips were enjoyed as much as the fries. It only needed some mushy peas for perfection.