Not a lot of atmosphere but the food is second to non.
A nearly deserted restaurant greeted us but when the food arrived, we did not notice the fairly bland surroundings or lack of diners.
Starters of garlic snails with luscious bead to soak up the sublime juices and petite squares of scrumptious pork belly with a mini salad and we knew we were on to something good.
Our mains consisted of duck leg confit and a fresh rabbit pasta. Equally delicious
The meal ended with a symphony of 2 great favourites, creme brûlée and creme caramel.
Undoubtedly some of the best food I have eaten in a long, long time.
It was excellent value and should be enjoyed by many more guests to ensure it survives and flourishes as it richly deserves to do so..
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