We were in the area trying (unsuccessfully) to find a vineyard, so ended up her just about 11:45. We said to the receptionist that we were a bit early but were they open for lunch? She said yes and directed us the bistro and said that we could sit on the terrace if we wished (it was a sunny morning). We expected to have to wait for a few minutes due to the time, but almost immediately the waitress appeared with menus and took a drinks order. We ordered and sat watching the chef set up the barbeque for the meat. Just as the food arrived it began to rain, so the waitress carried the food indoors and set us up there. She apologised for it being a bit 'topsey turvey' (we hadn't noticed) as they were setting up for a wedding the following day. The food was tasty - I had the pork and hubby had the trout. The side orders were too big for one though - if we had known we would have shared. It is a shame to waste good food but I could not finish my potato salad or coleslaw. I thought the service was good, the food tasty and the setting peaceful. We plan to back next year.
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