What a surprise to be in the countryside to find that the grocery stores shut at noon and it is impossible to eat at home. also many places are not open. We thought a restaurant serving the clientele of the Best Western would have to feed them on a Sunday night. With expectations as low as this, we were delighted with the meal. Both of our meals were perfectly prepared by an excellent chef and at reasonable prices. We'd certainly recommend it to anyone in the area. The only thing we'd change if we owned the restaurant, is to move the empty garden tables offside so the evening diners don't have them in the foreground of their view while eating their great dinner. Small criticism for sure, but we had the thought ..
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