We had dinner here on Saturday 29th March, what a treat was in store. A warm welcome and delicious food and wine, the young waiter was very attentive and gave us a potted history on the restaurant. The food really is exceptional which is I'm sure why the restaurant which is off the beaten track was packed, obviously the location isn't all that important, they can be justly proud of their food, we will certainly be back.
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