My family and I ate her two nughts ago. The restaurant has a lovely atmosphere, th staff are superb and the host extremeely friendly and helpful. The menu is short - which is always a good sign, full of Norman dishes - we had vegetable soup, a filo pastry, rillettes of goose to start, followed by delicious plaice, cod stake, a juicy unctious duck leg and a steak. Desserts ordered were pear sorbet, chocolate tart and my wife also had a cheese board of wonderful smelly, pungent , tastty cheeses.
The wines were lovely and recommended by our host. This is a delightful restaurant and I recommend you go there - I suspect you may need to book!
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