Were told by locals that this restaurant was good and you should have the lamb in a bell but it must be ordered early and preferably the day before as it takes about 6 hours to cook.....and you had to be seated ready to eat at the time you set your booking. We got there a little early and watched the final cooking of the lamb in the wood fired oven with logs on top and around the bell. The lamb was cutlets and other pieces which were amazing with hand cut potato chips and vegetables which had all been marinating and cooking inside the bell. Very reasonably priced and they have a good white house wine and cold beer on tap. The owner and staff are very friendly and helped us with tickets to a local show by making phone calls and having the tickets delivered to the restaurant....amazing..
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