Two menus one dedicated to the sea and the other to the land, there is an a la carte for each and a set menu for each. We had the set menu I had the land my wife had the sea. On arrival we were served a glass of prosecco and given a small amuse bouch. The set menu was excellent, portions are not small we couldn't fit a dessert in!. House wine is fine and reasonable.
Would go again
I think Monday is their closing day
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