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I had clear soup with beef tail and noodles and Napoleon cake as dessert. My companion ate smoky bream(fish) pure soup as starter and pike with potatoes and cottage cheese as main. Had chance to taste his puree soup - smokiness was heavy and therefore...More
I was really looking to go to eat here and both me and my husband got quite dissapointed.
He had a veise kotlett and I had a kohafillee.
Beautiful elegent kohafilee was completely killed by oversalted dip. I cook often kohafilee at home and it...More
Traveled here during cold March Sunday when decided to drop by even was not sure that is was working since there was a lot of snow and the weather was not that great. However, it was, even though only a few people came by -...More
Good to see that old manor is being re-used and some young people are running a restaurant, but they have still lot to do. No easy access and poor menu for kids. The building itself needs renovation and you can feel chill air when sitting...More
What to say!, the good is outstanding and clearly homemade
The property itself is an ancient manor house with a great setting. It's been tastefully renovated whilst still Showing it's age - as it should!!. Excellent setting for a meal and well priced for what...More
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We came here with high expectations. Food arrived fast. We both ordered the entrecote. I ended up by having big chewing balls of meet spitting back on the plate.
My wife had the same.
Just horrible experience....More