Had sunday lunch here recently. while the setting is excellent, the food very nice there isn't much of it. At 25 euro for three courses not including tea or coffee it seems very good value, but in reality the portions are very small. The soup is filled a little more than half way, the waitress comes around with a basket asking do you want brown or white bread and you are given 1 slice. For the main meal the meat portions are substantial but you are given one roast potato, a plate with one scoop of mashed potato, one scoop of cabbage and one scoop of turnip puree and not a very big scoop at that. Desserts are certainly not on the ample side. Saying that the food is very tasty, You are charged the full 25 euro regardless of the amount of courses you have. If you like a big sunday lunch this is not the place for you.
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