I have to confess firstly i did not remember the name of the restaurant and had to check this was it by going onto their website,
After recently being on holiday in northern Ireland i have to say until i stumbled upon here i was very disappointed, i had come to the conclusion that the food revelation, of local fresh seasonal produce, had not reached this island, and then purely by accident, after having an absolutely terrible meal in corin we called in here in the hope of sustenance, and we got it, the depth of flavour in the food, freshness, and understated excellence was the best we tasted in our trip,clearly an old school classically trained chef (and i mean this in the best possibel way) unfortunately it was not busy, however we asked to speak to the chef, and she obliged, she is so passionate about using local seasonal produce, even after a long hard day she had us right there with her, the food is not pompously plated, it is what great classic food should be , local seasonal, fresh, with exceptional flavour, if you care about food, and where it comes from ,this is truly the one restaurant i have been to on my visit that i would recommend, the food is a true marriage of flavours, if this was pretty much anywhere else in the world you would have to book months in advance. Bravo Bravo bravo , on all counts, now this restaurant has the potential to win a star, although not quite there yet, however i get the feeling from the chef that it is not something he would ever want, she just wants to cook local seasonal food, and that she does exceptionally well.
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