WEIGHT: 60 kg
Services: Humiliation (giving), 'A' Levels, Golden shower (in), Receiving Oral, Uniforms
If you find 'genuine' pirate as a romantic destination, then this is the place for you. We were clearly the wrong clientele — though, I'm not sure who the clientele should be. There was a 21st birthday party gang, a group of something-ers and similar parties of adults out for dinner. That was actually rather positive, it was clearly more catering to locals than us tourists.
The pirate theme and incredible attention to detail would make this the perfect family destination, but that is not the clientele the owners want. The year old restriction is aimed to ensure that it's a romantic destination for adults, but if I hadn't brought my teens I can't say I would ever want to dine with my husband.
But, that's what the other diners were, so again, we were just the wrong clientele. The bread was the killer item we ate, which was actually complementary. Sides were extra and the baked potato creation was 'designed' well, but a less of a baked potato and more a decoration. The menu aspired to be fine dining with prices to match. The food was tasty though portions were small.
Superbly layed out with great attention to detail. A warm welcome from your pirate host who awaits you at the door to take you down to the pirate themed restaurant. The menu has some great dishes on it but even more of a wow than the decor is the standard of cooking. The food is just wonderful. There is even the odd surprise in the restrooms!!!
Entered through a Galleon with a pirate guide to lead to a fun themed beautifully presented environment. However the food was expensive, very small portions , often with side dishes needing to be ordered. As a vegetarian my food consisted of a small bowl of salad made up of spinach, beans, snap peas , cooked courgette rounds. I ordered a baked potato, very small with a cosmetic blackened skin that was inedible. Another of our party had a black bun with a burger which he struggled to eat.