27th Jul '13: Report,
Don't bother. Rude arrogant staff who seem to have some kind of snobbery chip on there shoulders. Food quality seriously lacking, The battered Jumbo sausages were grey inside tasted like they had had better days once the soggy batter was removed. Be warned, just walk on by. Theres plenty of other good fish and chip shops just a few steps away... Definitely shan't be returning for a second experience....!!!!! Ben Malbon's review says it all apart from the quality of the food.. For some reason, it's "CASH" only..?
3rd Jul '13: Report,
Lovely food entirely spoilt by neanderthal service. The people that run this place are so far away from understanding the idea of the customer always being right that they don't deserve to run and own a business. To have such extraordinarily mis-judged focus on allowing only those customers who have elected to use the 'restaurant menu' to make use of the 40 empty seats outside the restaurant is not only completely counter to any notion of customer service, it's simply bad for their business. I traveled 3000 miles with my two young children to enjoy the fish and chips here - we were forced to eat our meals out of bags on the pavement outside while the staff watched from behind the counter; I won't be returning.
11th Jul '11: Report,
Revolting. I purchased take-away fish and chips for my family and parents from the Seagull Cafe on 9 July 2011. I consider it over £25 wasted. The fish wasn't all that bad once the soggy batter had been removed, but the chips were simply the worst I've ever tasted.All six portions were pure white in colour and although very hot, they were undercooked enough to be described as raw potato. Any which had been introduced to the oil for long enough to be cooked were far too greasy to be considered edible. At least 75% of our purchase went straight into the bin and alternative food was obtained elsewhere.
26th Apr '11: Report,
Quite a range of options, and most excitingly they serve the Mackerel Bap, as of HFW's River Cottage. It was quite pricy, £4.50 for a small fillet, bap and chips, but they were very tasty and the fish was fresh (probably caught by the local boats).
2nd Oct '10: Report,
A small portion of chips costs £1.60 (at time of writing). A colleague and I sat on their tables outside as there was nobody sitting there with our filming equipment and we we're asked to move because it was 'restaurant prices'. A pity when it's not being used and the prices are expensive compared to other fish and chip shops.
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