Sins on Bridport’s East Street is known for its burgers, ribs and grills, but the restaurant is now adding even more choice for its customers.

The team have an attention to detail, focusing on the little touches such as homemade dishes and sauces, which we were able to try, tailored last minute to a dairy-free diet.

My family - one of which is a chef - and I were treated to a spread of starters, which included chilli and garlic crevettes with homemade chilli jam, halloumi fries, squid in a lemon, chilli and parsley sauce, homemade chicken parfait with homemade redcurrant and port compote - a firm favourite - and calamari in a light, crispy batter.

There was something for all tastes and not one dish we didn’t love, with echoes of ‘best halloumi I have ever had’ going around the table.

The main course did not disappoint. The team had prepared a feast of sea bass fillets in a butter, lemon and parsley sauce, sirloin steak salad with a balsamic dressing, Creedy Carver duck with a cherry, port and honey sauce, lamb chops, chicken parmesan, signature fries and potatoes.

The seabass was beautifully cooked, and the sauce complimented it perfectly, with the duck also another winner.

All of this was washed down with some house red and white wine, both light, refreshing and fruity, served in beautiful decanters. The red was a blend of Californian grapes and the white a French Sauvignon Blanc. They also offer cocktails.

Homemade tiramisu and Eton mess followed, as well as waffles with maple syrup as a dairy-free dessert. The waffles were soft with a crispy outside and the feedback from the other two desserts was “amazing”. These also couldn’t go to waste and were taken home.

In summary it was said: “I can’t remember the last time I had a meal and I enjoyed everything. Nothing can be improved.”

The team at Sins is proud of their attention to detail with both the homemade dishes and sauces, as well as catering to customers' special requests and customer service.

The restaurant also does takeaway and delivery, with the new menu items available to takeaway and they try to cater for all dietary requirements.

Pop into Sins on East Street to see the new menu.

Sins Bar and Grill is also offering customers the opportunity to build their own burger, with a donation going to charity

Diners can choose from a range of patties, toppings, cheese and sauces to create their favourite meal, but also feel good in knowing that 45p from everyone sold goes to The Living Tree cancer support group in Bridport.

As well as the spread of many dishes we were served at Sins, we were able to create our ultimate burger.

We opted for two, one was a venison patty with brie and homemade redcurrant jelly and the other was a lamb patty with red onion, redcurrant jelly and mint sauce, both served with beer battered onion rings, coleslaw and their delicious signature fries.

Although we couldn’t finish all the dishes, the burgers couldn’t go to waste and were happily taken home.

Sins on East Street is open from 6.30pm to 9.30pm from Monday to Saturday, with takeaway offered from 5pm to 10pm seven days a week.