Had dinner on own here whilst waiting for train to the airport. It was 5pm on a Friday night but the place was reasonably busy and kitchen had just opened for dinner. The place was open, clean and tidy but nothing special decor wise although at the back the appeared to make more effort.
The staff were very attentive. Slow at first although I am not sure if there was a change of shift due to the time as the chap who seated me was not the one who served me. Overall the service was relaxed fitting with the brasserie feel of the place.
Dinner menu was set three courses for 24 euros. A challenge I thought. The choices were slightly restricted but interesting taste combinations which for the price I thought was interesting.
I started with the pumpkin with cumin and curry soup topped with walnut oil. I am not sure what the walnut oil added to the soup apart from making it taste greasy. Balances of spices was good although soup would be better with a bit more body ( but what do you expect for the price?). Very fresh bread on the side was very welcome.
For main I choose the baked rolls of plaice with prawns. Excellent dish with well cooked fresh vegetables. Tasty filling and with a bit of a twist.
The desert was slight disappointment. Very good thin pancakes with figs but could find no evidence of candied fruit.
Washed down with a reasonable bottle of Pinot Grigio which could have been shared ( I was thirsty) the total came to 48 euros which I thought was good value for such good quality.
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