What a revelation.
Fish Soup to start - a prosaic description that leaves you unprepared for the poetry in a bowl that is placed before you. A small side dish of chilli, tomato and garlic in which to dip your circular crouton may have you wondering until 'Les Saveurs' fires up long dormant parts of your brain. Yes.
Sea Bass with Nettle and Samphire Sauce for the main. Subtle, succulent. Yes.
Wine - Picpoul Saint Peyre (£20) went extremely well with the first two courses.
Cheese plate to finish. I never knew Devon could produce cheese of this quality. Experimented with a glass of 'Pomona' a Somerset cider brandy alternative to Port. Yes.
Portions were generous. You will not leave hungry. You should leave reminded of what is possible when simple, local ingredients are cooked by a person with a palate, a passion and a pride to produce the best he possibly can for his customers.
Think in terms of £40 per head (more if you push the boat out on drinks)
To sum up; yes, yes, yes, YES! Unlike Meg Ryan I did not have to fake it.
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