After consulting Lonely Planet and Trip Advisor we thought we'd give this place a try. What can I say, the service, food and value to quality ratio were spot on.
We gambled with not booking and managed to get a table for 2 at around 8pm on a Saturday night. The place was busy but began to fill up not long after we arrived with people being turned away. I guess we were lucky.
The service was great and the waiter was able to translate parts of the menu for us. Generally the staff were helpful, friendly and attentive without being pushy. The food arrived promptly but not quick enough to arouse suspicion and the time between courses was just right.
The food itself was fantastic, we opted for the two courses for €26 pp. but you could have all three for €30ish pp. Our starters were charcuterie and cucumber soup and our mains were the sea bream and shoulder of lamb. Every mouthful of food was a pleasure and I would highly recommend all of these dishes. Wine was reasonable at €7 a glass for a decent Pouilly-Fume.
My only regret is not opting to have desert. These all looked very well presented but after the great meal we'd had I just couldn't have done a desert justice.
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