We were despairing of finding an evening meal that did not leave us feeling distinctly uncomfortable. Here we found local food cooked with a difference. The portions were reasonable and the dishes had touches that made all the difference, the soup with tuna rillette on toast was delicious and the meatballs made a very good main. It is in a very pretty part of town and gets busy so a reservation is advised
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