"not been back for past two seasons"
It's changed a lot and gone up market, or was that 3 seasons ago?
Great for lunch on a sunny day, fish n chips n Guiness very reasonable and good quality.
I like it for lunch anyway, if I can get a table!
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12-04-12, 23:14 #61
12-04-12, 23:18 #62
Has it changed hands? Hey! That'll be good! Maybe I'll give it another try this season. Anyone else been there lately?Once we lost the corkscrew and were forced to live off food and water for weeks!
12-04-12, 23:27 #63
On second thoughts.....since its now really hard to get an outside table at lunchtime...I wouldn't recommend it at all, in fact it's rubbish you'd hate it
12-04-12, 23:31 #64
Actually, it was always difficult getting a table in summer, that was not the prob, the issue was being a year round customer (often by road rather than by sea) and STILL getting $hit service and value for money.
Last edited by KevO; 12-04-12 at 23:35.Once we lost the corkscrew and were forced to live off food and water for weeks!
12-04-12, 23:39 #65
It's waitress service now, very efficient.
Lots of hooray Henry's in the holiday homes though go there. It's promoted as an oyster bar. I sail over from the Fal regularly and have never had a bad meal.
13-04-12, 00:19 #66
Last edited by KevO; 13-04-12 at 00:21.Once we lost the corkscrew and were forced to live off food and water for weeks!
13-04-12, 11:04 #67
Now in St Vaast or Paimpol, they don't call them anything but restaurants, and there is always the oyster coop shop or the market, for a brilliant lunch at a table outside, or on board, according to the state of the purse!
Do you think our red defaced flown stiffly like a samuari pennon from the boat or tender stern would help cause clam imitations too?
' Oh Darharling, look at all those gwubby, damp sailors getting out of that little wubber thing, Oh No, they're being sat next to our table- how fwightful, dont look at them, Gervaise, or Mummy will smack you. Weally, their kind shouldn't be allowed in hear at all'.
BTW thats usually usually our reception in Weatherspoons, Gosport, on a winter Fri/Sat night from the tatooed ones!
Hoping to get to Plymouth at end of May, then on to Scillies, and cruise back, if all well. May see you w&tp, if you don't keep a sharp weather eye open.
Last edited by Tidewaiter2; 13-04-12 at 11:14. Reason: reduced the grade of OB huitres!"Journos Luxury Yacht"=a hole in the water for time, money,affection,blood,sweat n tears
13-04-12, 11:42 #68New User
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13-04-12, 15:02 #69Registered User
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Aaahhh the Five Pichards, that brings back memories. When I were a lad I worked at the Radar Station at the top of the cliffs. My Chief was called
wait for it
13-04-12, 17:42 #70