We had to wait for a day or so before discovering this wonderful local restaurant. Hidden in at the edge of a local bar with specials on chalk boards it is just what it appears to be - a non-touristy honest locally run place to eat. The menu is very limited with a varied and fresh selection of specials that change daily. The service is good and knowledgeable with wine by the glass, including Italian wines as well as local (a rarity in this area) all very reasonably priced. The ravioli is to die for, the best I have ever had, the spaghetti Bolognese is huge and tasty - steak is HUGE and comes with the best selection of tasty vegetables and garlic herb coated chips that are actually lovely sautéed potatoes. Go where the locals choose to eat - but beware, at around 20 covers maximum capacity you need to be quick and book.
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