At the foot of a 17th-century windmill, fortified during the Napoleonic Wars, Fishers has been going since 1991, & is now a docklands seafood bistro par excellence, with complementary maritime decor. It also knows how to give the punters what they want. The ‘features menu’ includes favourites ranging from fish soup, oysters & fishcakes to a chilled seafood platter (smoked salmon & trout, peppered mackerel, anchovies, rollmop herrings, mussels, oysters, prawns & crab claws). It’s informal, but the cooking can get quite ambitious – witness queenie scallops with sweet cicely & olive butter or roast cod fillets with a couscous crust & textures of beetroot. Vegetarians & carnivores will also find something to keep them happy – perhaps duck egg omelette with mixed herbs & parmesan, or a 10oz Aberdeen Angus steak. Desserts are pretty basic, & the wine list includes some very respectable whites.