we came there (8 in total) on a recommendation from local winemaker. Nice and clean and simple interior, warm services (one of owners), meals described only with chalk on board, described by the service. Very good appetizers (we had foie gras, cassolet de moules+langoustines - simmmered in white wine with zucchini), Main - briche with foie gras + magret de cenard. Big brioche was filled with cream mushroom sauce (no chamipgnons, cépes) , smooth, rich, full of flavour. The hole was closed by the "decků of warm foie gras, excellenty made. Magrte de canard was also very good, soft and full of taste. Some friends had other meals, but this was a clear winner. Dessert - another supris, zabayone sauce with large pieces of fruits (melon, figue, strawberry, forest strawerry, big raspberry and several others), in a deep saucer, averything baked under grille with anic crust of the top. we had local sweet wine for foie gras, nothin excellent, but the cuvée Mademoiselle Jane from Chateau Panissau was very very good, with nice froral smell and fruit taste, velvet structure, tones of toast. We paid about 50 E per head incl service, water, several bottles of wine. The only thing we were not satisfied with was it is far from Prague were we live. The chef insisted they do nothing special except they buy absolutely fresh and high quality local products. It was too modest, they defintely know how to deal with these
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