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Old 03 June 2008, 05:11   #11
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Thanks for all your input which I will take heed of

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If you let me know what sort of place you would like to eat and drink at I can recommend places to eat at .............. or not!
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We're into anything as long as it fresh and reasonable

I believe the Oyster Shack has opened up a place ?
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We're into anything as long as it fresh and reasonable

I believe the Oyster Shack has opened up a place ?
Mixed reviews I'm afraid - Captain Flints is great for kids but you can't book, Boatswains Locker is the best hidden restaurant but you need to book, The Victoria is the most Gastro pub and the Kings Arms Opposite isn't bad either with the Ferry and the Fort both offering pub grub - Dusters is also good just opposite the Ferry Inn
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True, but there's a sort of beauty on a calm day.... stop and turn your engine off (if you dare ) and bear in mind that whichever way you point the camera, the view's the same!
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