I've never understood just what it is that certain restaurants acquire in order to make them so popular.This is one of those places where it is always busy, weekends you need to book two months in advance, superlatives non-stop. I find it frustrating, especially when it's not merited.
This is one of those restaurants. The positives: Situated in a pleasant little village and on a good day the view is rather nice. The restaurant itself is quite quaint and has been restored very well. You are given quite a lot to eat. The negatives: Completely useless for the disabled. The food is very, very average. Personally, all these small dungeon like rooms I find claustrophobic and depressing.
The food was of very poor quality and poorly executed. Most dishes were badly seasoned and presented in an amateurish fashion. I certainly wouldn't rush to go back there, in fact, I would definitely try to persuade the friends in my party to choose somewhere else.
To finish on a fair note, for 25 euro's per person you can't expect fine dining.
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