The restaurant is in a lovely little bungalow down a street that you wouldn't stumble upon unless you knew where you were going but what a good find it is.
We requested a table out on the porch and good thing we did because there isn't much room inside for larger tables. The porch seating area looks onto the other cute bungalows in the street and really is a gorgeous calm place to have dinner.
The waiter explained the menu to us and basically the menu varies depending on season and the chef has a meat, fish and veggie special everyday depending on what they can get fresh that day. The food was really delicious. We had three courses and every course was something unique and different. The desserts were really amazing, I had the orange and thyme sorbet.
Didn't have any wine so couldn't comment on the list but if every other aspect of the meal was a clue, I'm sure that would be excellent too.
Definitely will be back.
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