a very traitional houe is this roberts restaurant, linked to a vinyard and a former convent (today a hotel).
the house itself is historic and well maintained, transformed into a well formed restaurant with a little separee room for a tete-a-tete lunch/dinner.
main dining room strikes with its huge open fire place.
and now the food:
try the vegetarian options, they are inventive new tasty and the portions just right - loved it!
the others chose meat, lamb and hen, both prepared as it ahd been asked for.
wine list is fine, better had been to chat to the attentive friendly waitress, she gave us good recommendation which didn´t disappoint.
during daylight their garden is enjoyable !
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