The food in the restaurant was good: I had a perfectly acceptable trout followed by by profiteroles. The service was also fine. What let it down was the Irish coffees we ordered after the meal. If a restaurant doesn't have the ingredients to make something I'd prefer them to say so; instead we were given coffees made with a spirit that tasted like petrol. We did mention it and nobody managed more than a few sips, but we still got charged for them.
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