We were originally attracted to this restaurant by the concept of volcanic rock cooking at the table. There's no doubt it's unusual, and if you want your meat cooked a particular way, then you're in charge! The piece of venison and steak we had were of a high quality.
We visited as a family of 5, and Caroline made my family very welcome, despite the lack of children's menu. We managed to sort out smaller portions from the menu, which worked well.
The only downside is that after a few diners were cooking at their tables, it gets a little smoky in the restaurant! We also felt that service could have been a little quicker - it shouldn't take over 10 minutes to get a liquer coffee for example, when there are only 4 tables in!
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