For the uninitiated like me, the photographs with the menu were very helpful. And for once they were really what the actual dishes looked like, not the tarted-up "professional" prints. It was a quiet mid-week night I visited and the staff had all the time to leave us chatting away, very throughtful. The starter might be a bit small, but the mains adequate for a hearty appetite. Good time to try something unpronounceable but promised to be good delicious food!
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