Ruin Beach Café
At the heart of the restaurant is the wood-fired oven that produces delicious pizzas and roasts the succulent beef and fresh fish, as well as baking the bread. It is fuelled with island wood, and brings a real flavour of the Mediterranean to the cooking. The café takes its name from the ruined smuggler’s cottage that forms part of its terrace. Uninhabited since the late-nineteenth century, there was a family of 12 living there in abject poverty when Augustus Smith arrived inread more
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