We have driven past this inn many times but never stopped by. Like never getting around to visit the tourist attractions in your home town when you do we discovered a wonderful place. The bar and restaurant area are separate, but linked, so that the are interesting places to eat and drink, making a good sized area comfortable and homely. Look out for the interesting carvings and decorations. There is a good selection of beers in hand pump in the bar. (Must come back when not driving so I can test them, but they looked good). We were there as a family and had a lovely lunch, which was excellent. I won't bore you with the details. The point of this piece is the star of the show: the pan a cotta. My niece is a bit of an expert in this area and she said it was the best ever anywhere in the world - and she has travelled a lot I can tell you. Not only was it something to do with the way it tasted but also the way it wobbled!
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