Went here with my wife and four friends, all 60 and over. Arrived on a Friday about 6.00pm at the end of Happy Hour. We had been told you couldn't reserve a table for 6 people and there was a nice outside table free. However, initially told that someone else had just "reserved" it, but was not there yet. After a brief argument with the main guy about what "no reservation" meant, he let us have this table. Service was very friendly and the wine selection was excellent. Most of us had the halibut, with one having mussels and another the chicken. The portions were the right size - not too big, but beautifully presented and wonderful fresh vegetables. We all had deserts - the creme brûlée was to die for! The only niggle was the music - overly loud pop music, which apparently was even louder for the indoor tables. Given that the majority of customers were of our age and we want to talk with each other, the restaurant should have been more sensitive to customer preferences. We asked for the music to be turned down, but hardly any change. Otherwise, I would strongly recommend this place for value for money fresh farm food.
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