A simple place that prides itself for reliance on good ingredients. Of course you'd expect it from all dining establishments, but at these prices it is very remarkable. And, rather generous portions too.
The menu is short (good sign) and there is plenty to choose - when we visited the wild garlic was the flavour of the month, so we had it in a white leek soup. Mussels were plump and nicely done, and the leg of duck with barley and cabbage cooked perfectly and very nice. Do leave room for the cheeses!
It is a bistro: so service is very friendly though not necessarily very competent (they have to ask the kitchen), but very willing to help.
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