Visited for dinner for two. Had house (local) aperetif which was very good, followed by a delicious chicken soup starter & perfectly cooked Tuna steak & avocado/tomato salsa as a main. Husband had lovely sea-bass filet which was good but there was far too too much saffron sauce which together with the celeriac purée made for a mushy meal. The chocolate pudding dessert was amazing! We ended with a house digestif which rounded off a great meal.
Only quibbles were that the restaurant was too cold & was very quiet as it was the end of the season (not their fault!)
Very knowledgable waiter who discussed the wine choices in a lot of depth.
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