This industrial first-floor building used to be the yacht club, although when you actually see it, you'll find it looks a lot more like a factory of sorts. But its distinctly urban appearance is softened by gorgeous sea views and a very warm, cosy bar area in front of a casual, uncluttered dining room (the venue for a great Sunday lunch complete with live jazz). On bright, sunny days, leave time for a nice stroll around the harbour; at night, it's all aglow and perfect for couples, although prices get heftier. Given the coastal location, fish is the order of the day: Dover sole on the bone, sea bass, slow-cooked organic salmon and the like. There's also meat for the carnivores and pasta for fussy kids.