Food and drink
Eating here is simple and satisfying. There’s a short, changing menu of old-fashioned pub favourites such as steak and chips or fish pie, prepared from top quality ingredients, plus snacks such as pork pies and pickled eggs. Several excellent local beers are available on tap, and are served in pewter tankards - a very nice touch.
Perhaps because there are so many genuinely traditional pubs in the area, the Pub du Vin hasn’t quite caught on with locals yet and its customers are mostly people staying in the upstairs guestrooms or the Hotel du Vin next door. Families are welcome, and there are lots of good perches for people dining alone. See [node:121561] for my separate hotel review.
It's practically faultless.
It's on the edge of [node:173590], a few steps from the seafront.
Most main courses are comfortably under £15.
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
- Mature travellers
- People watching