We enjoyed our first night here so much we booked to go again the following night. There isn't a menu, but that makes it all the more interesting. You start with bread and pate, followed by a small bowl of soup. The main course was served on a platter and consisted of beef fillet in a mushroom sauce, pork loin in soy and sherry sauce, lamb stew in a small pot, potatoes and veg and we were even asked if we wanted seconds. The beef fillet was so good we could hardly say no! We believe the beef fillet stays but the other two meats change daily, as did the soup. There aren't many tables and all were taken on the terrace both nights so if you want to enjoy some exceptional home cooking booking is advisable. We thought the food here was the best in our 18 day tour.
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