this restaurant had been recommended to us by friends and we gave it a try on the spur of the moment. Cant find any thing bad to say about it...from the welcome by the chamingly casual, friendly Barry - through the fabulous food - to the friendly other diners.
We couldn't resist trying the quail eggs as an appetiser and these lovely little tit-bits were a sign of things to come. The menu has great variation...my husband had goats cheese on mushroom followed by stuffed bream and I had grilled sardines with a main of goat curry (cant resist something new!). We had a table close to the open-view kitchen and it was clear by the care shown by the chef in the presentation of each plate that he is a man who loves his work, and it showed...the food was excellent! And Barry told us he wasn't even the head chef!!
The room has a kind of farmhouse feel with dried flowers and flowerpots of cutlery which added to the charm.
Very reasonable on the pocket too.
We will be back and recommending this little gem to anyone who'll listen.
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