Find this brasserie-style seafood restaurant, set over two floors in a tastefully-converted haberdashers.
We visited shortly after they opened, so more reports would be welcome, but 'Home-Cured Loch Duart Gravadlax'; 'Gambas Pil Pil' (sizzling garlic prawns) and 'Baked Goat Cheese with Tapanade & Chutney' set the style for starters.
'Plateau de Fruits de Mers'; 'Coconut Fish Curry with Pillao Fish'; 'Red Mullet Escabeche with La Ratte Potatoes' and various ways with Mussels might follow.
Various Grills such as 'Lamb Cutlets with Fondant Potatoes, Baby Vegetables & Redcurrant Jus should satisfy confirmed carnivores - while vegetarians also have a few options.
Desserts might include 'Dark Chocolate Mousse'; 'Wild Strawberry Soup with Vanilla Ice Cream & Hot White Chocolate Sauce' plus a selectionof pastries.
A Shellfish Bar offers take-away Cockles, Jellied Eels and Shell-On Prawns - and some greamingly fresh fish from the Ramsgate boats is also on offer.
Service was friendly and enthusiastic - but on our inspection visit yet to find its feet.
- Food Style: Seafood
- Lunch: Mon-Sat 7.30-22.00, Sun 8.30-22.00; mains from £9 to about £30; Sunday Carvery at lunchtime from about £10
- Dinner: Mon-Sat 7.30-22.00, Sun 8.30-22.00; mains from £9 to about £30
- Seats: 150
- Wine: a concise list is backed up by various daught beers
- Children's portions: Yes, when possible
- Wheelchair access: Yes, groundfloor only
- Directions: See the map at the top of the page
- Air conditioned