We stumbled upon this restaurant by chance and although it was closed the owners showed us round and gave us a bit of a tour. As they'd been so welcoming and the views were stunning we decided to book for the following Saturday.
The waiter was very helpful and friendly but he seemed rushed off his feet. Unfortunately a few of the dishes were a bit disappointing. The batter on the courgette flowers was thick and stodgy, not light and crisp as we'd expected. We also ordered a side of their home grown tomatoes, which turned out to be a plain tomato cut into four chunks. Similarly, we ordered a mixed green salad which just contained lettuce- all the same type. As the waiter was so rushed off his feet we didn't get any oil or vinegar to dress the salad despite reminding him. He did take the salad off the bill at the end as we didn't eat any of it and had finished our meals by the time the oil arrived.
The staff are really helpful but they seemed under staffed. The scenery is incredible and there are a lot of lovely touches around the place, unfortunately some of the food lets it down. The hare/rabbit pate was the highlight - very tasty!
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