This restaurant is a must-visit. The restaurant is decorated in a historic style, complete with lovely long candles on the tables, plush curtains and tapestry-covered chairs and seats. The menu is quite limited but delightful, based on seasonal local produce and traditional foods, all presented in a delightful way. Do not be put off by the fact the restaurant looks closed in the early evening from the outside - it is open! The heavy door looks like the place is yet to open.
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