This is a very small establishment which reminded me of the pop-up restaurants in Cuba. It looks like it's sited in a converted house and is therefore cosy and welcoming. The young couple running the place were very friendly and produced high quality food. Like a lot of smaller venues in this area it has a very limited menu but this means that the fixed priced dinner can be very cheap if the dishes (displayed on the daily changing handwritten menu outside) suit your tastes.
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