We visited on a Sunday night. The restaurant is broken up into rooms on 2 floors, modern furnishings and fixtures in an old space. The food was excellent, we had mussels for an appetizer, and the pork and lamb for entrees. All were excellent. The waiter suggested red wine which was also good and well suited for the meal. The service was only average but the food and atmosphere make it well worth it. Prices were fair and portions ample.
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