Review on The Seahorse Restaurant & Bistro
This Grade II-listed building not far from the promenade is a bistro of two halves. On the ground floor is an informal dining room with original Victorian stone walls, original oak pews and priests' chairs; upstairs is more plush, with red velvet chairs and a pair of hand-painted murals depicting Mediterranean scenes at opposite ends of the room.
Welsh produce makes a regular appearance on the menu, which might kick off with rustic pressed duck liver terrine and homemade tomato chutney or Vietnamese hot-and-sour fishcakes served on pickled cucumber salad.
Among the main courses there might be roast monkfish wrapped in Parma ham with wild mushroom risotto or a comforting mélange of slow-cooked Welsh lamb and chicken with black pudding, red wine, Cognac and onion sauce. To finish, the menu advertises 'handcrafted after-dinner indulgences' (aka desserts) including Mascarpone cheesecake with fresh strawberries or vanilla crème brûlée with tropical fruit salsa.
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Bistro / Eclectic / Seafood
Gillian and Donald Hadwin
Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: from 5.30pm (from 4.30pm Sat & Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express