We headed to this restaurant on the advice of our hotel, not really knowing what to expect. The restaurant is small and definitely cosy. The obviously authentic exposed beams and stone walls were softened by rich, red hangings and warmed by the large open wood fire. The fire not only gave a great atmosphere but served as the main grilling area. You could watch your meat hiss and drip over the fire until it was brought to your table perfectly cooked. The shared 900g entrecote was delicious, as were the fresh sausages and the scallop skewers. Desserts were suitably sinful. The staff were warm, friendly and helpful and the whole night was superb. Definitely one to visit.
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