The attraction here is more the people than the food. The welcome if great and the staff really know how to host. By comparison we found the food average. Two of us are vegetarian and we were disappointed with our main courses, expensive for what they were. The staff did make up for this in many ways and the meat eaters were happier with their food. Worth a visit.
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