The Pearson’s Arms is right on the sea front and has received the grey walls gastropub treatment. It is referred to as ‘The Pearson’s Arms by Richard Phillips’ on the pub’s website and it appears that Richard Phillips is the chef-patron. He has concocted a fine-looking menu, heavy on the seafood.
We didn’t try any of his food on our visit – it was a Saturday night and full of a youngish crowd of drinkers, who all seemed to be having a good time.
They had a pretty good drinks selection on offer, including several ales and a great wine list. Cocktails were also available, although they ran out of limes during our visit, which was surprising in a place with such a seafaring tradition. Overall, though, pretty good.