We had originally booked a table for 11 for dinner, planning to visit other establishments in the area on the other two nights of our stay.
However the food and the service were both so good that we rebooked here rather than risking disappointment elsewhere.
The service was good friendly and timely - no long boring waits between courses. The choice on the menu varied between the fresh seafood for which the area is famous, such things as king scallops, crab, langoustine, sea bass etc. and beautifully prepared roasts and stews of venison, lamb, and chicken. The vegetables were fresh and al dente which is how we like them. The range of wines while not vast was good and fully complemented the excellent meal. Lastly the sweets were unfortunately far too tempting to pass on and a good range of malts was available to round off the evening.
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