We booked this restaurant for a June evening on a Saturday night, We had to wait an extra 20 minutes for our table as there were still a couple dining on our table.
When we were showed our table the staff were very pleasant, we ordered a bottle of wine and decided on one of the set menus, The food was good, but not exquiste, but worth the 19,00 a head for three courses.
The restaurant was busy all night, and staff kept relaying tables well past 9.00. p.m. It does seem very popular with the locals.
We would visit again, but there are other restaurants to try in the village.
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