The menu at Pomegranate offers vegetarian and meat options but focuses on fresh seafood, and specials change daily depending on what the boats haul in. Our helpful waitress not only talked us through the dishes but explained which are her favourites and why. Offering a selection of the day's seafood, the starter taster platter might come with salt and pepper cuttlefish, mackerel paté and sole goujon with crisp Cajun breadcrumbs, served with a rouille heady with garlic. Mains include pan-fried locally caught fi sh, such as fisherman's favourite gurnard, served on a bed of wilted spinach and sautéed potatoes, with a salty black olive tapenade and vibrant pesto; or meaty huss, stuffed with sage and wrapped in Parma ham. Romantic lighting and elegant decor give Pomegranate an intimate feel for special occasions, yet the easygoing atmosphere means it is relaxed enough for a glass of wine over a post-beach supper with friends.