Advised by our accommodation staff to book a table early as the restaurant is small and personable. On arrival we was shown to our table and offered breadsticks to eat whilst viewing the extensive menu. Our choices arrive piping hot and well presented on the plate. I guess the establishment seated around 30 or so diners which gave a friendly buzz of conversations resulting in a warm atmosphere. The owner came to inquire if all was well with our choices and waiting staff kept an eye on you but from a distance. All in all, a very good dining experience and well worth a visit.
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