Sunday evening - always a problem to find a restaurant open, especially in the middle of winter, so we did book ahead as we had been on the road travelling all day. We were glad we had as we arrived in torrential rain and were relieved to see the resto's welcoming lights shining in the distance as we approached. We had a good value meal with a reasonable bottle of wine but were surprised to be told, when we asked what the local speciality was (in terms of food) that there was no specific food of the region but the local speciality was champagne. Fine for some of the time but we did wonder how one could live on champagne alone. This is not a gourmet restaurant but a good place for a good value meal with family or friends and had a warm and welcoming atmosphere and seemed to be well patronised.
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