Entered to the smell of kerosene - worrying to say the least in a wooden restaurant - never found the source of the smell but at least it wasn't used in the cooking!
Food was excellent - the fish and pasta freshly prepared, decent white wine and attentive staff.
Only small bugbear was the announcement on the board that there was apple strudel and ice cream for dessert but this had apparently not been on the menu for some time
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