With a quintessentially British menu from famous Brit chef Gary Rhodes, this restaurant, bar and terrace is beautifully designed (all be it, more inviting on the terrace). With fresh, lemon and emerald green flecks of colour alongside crisp white interiors reflecting a refined but cheerful English country garden contrast. Staff are warm and knowledgeable and if the weather permits make sure you grab a spot on the terrace. The venue has two bars (indoor and outdoor) and is devoid of any stuffy fine dining pretense, even the cocktails reflect Britain's multicultural edge and offer cool and innovative twists. The menu consists of Rhodes' classic crowd pleasers; like the slow roasted pork belly and Jam Roly-Poly with custard, while dishes and drinks have a nostalgic semblance, which make this restaurant perfect for expats missing good old Blighty or visitors who just don't like to be out of their comfort zone… Far from basic fodder however, Rhodes's executive chef transforms traditional comfort food into refined dishes bursting with flavour, with classic innovation, championing the signature style his pier is known for.