We had the Cumbrian Mutton & treacle bacon turnover cucumber chutney (£6) to start. This was good but needed tweaking, we thought it was a little dry, the flavours were strong though. The bread is home-made and a bit cake-y in texture.
Albion in Crosby isn't quite the finished article yet, you wouldn't expect it as they've only just opened, but what a good start though, there is nothing in the area remotely like this place. I think they've pitched it perfectly. It's 'foodie' but not too much, I'm sure locals will love it. (It sounds like they already do). I'd love to see some great ale on tap to match the food as well.
We plan to return on another sunny day, walk the dog on the beach and sample more of the food. This places has all the makings of another regular restaurant for us that demands repeat visits.