A small brasserie style restaurant in the town centre. We were sorry not to see more other diners – on a Saturday lunchtime we were the only customers – although a steady stream of potential punters stopped to view the menus in the door before walking past.
Mrs D ordered Lomo (pork tenderloin) with a garlic sauce, whilst I opted for Limande (Lemon sole) in a lemon sauce. The fish was beautifully cooked and very delicate in flavour – which made it all the more unfortunate that it was served with the garlic sauce, while the pork sat on a plate of lemon sauce! I was minded to send the fish back to the kitchen (no excuse of a kitchen struggling to cope with too many orders coming in), but didn’t as we decided we wouldn’t want to wait another 20 minutes or so … and Mrs D commented that the lemon sauce went very well with the pork!
If it hadn’t been for the unfortunate mix-up with the sauces we would have enjoyed the meal very much, and agreed that next time we were visiting the area we would give the restaurant another try as it has potential to score highly, but can only award a 3 grading this visit.
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