With The Lighthouse, Sarah and Lino Poli have embraced modern eating-out trends. The side-step from The Lighthouse’s previous Italian-focused incarnation, Firenze (they now dedicate nearby restaurant Boboli to this cuisine), to a speciality seafood restaurant means that the Polis can craft a more eclectic menu that takes inspiration from around the world, in turn lending wonderful flavours to beautiful, sustainable British fish that’s delivered fresh overnight from Cornwall. Many dishes can be ordered in small or large sizes depending on your appetite, and the nibbles section of the menu also doubles up as an impressive tapas offering. Meanwhile, a set menu that’s available during the week features some of The Lighthouse’s most beloved dishes, at just £14.75 for two courses and £17.75 for three. This astonishing value has earned the restaurant a coveted Michelin Bib Gourmand, as well as a mention in the Waitrose Good Food Guide 2015.