My husband and I were staying in the area and found this charming restaurant in a corner building with its front door dead center on the corner. The bar was well populated by locals with only a few people dining in the cozy brick walled candlelit room. The people were so welcoming and the food was simply amazing! Our host chose a Portuguese Due Rose wine for us (excellent) and we split a house tapas special and were absolutely thrilled! heir offerings were as follows: a healthy slab of Roquefort cheese with a demitasse spoon of maple syrup to be eaten with the cheese on brown bread, a chunk of camembert and cheddar, three kinds of salamis, a meat pate with yellow mustard and a small sour pickle, a good sized piece of poached salmon with a dill sauce, a wedge of tuna pie, also with a dill sauce, a roe and cheese salad, a shrimp and cheese salad, a pesto sauce and a relish of sun-dried tomatoes, chopped almonds and olive oil. A basket of brown and French bread accompanied the cheeses, salads and meats. There was so much food on the plate that I couldn't imagine anyone finishing it alone but the two of us did our best.
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