We went to this location some time ago in its previous guise as a 'brocante' and tea room which didn't really work commercially. Now it is a restaurant proper and very nice too. Parking spaces very close by for convenience. Two pleasant outdoor eating areas but it was a little too cold for that last night. Reserved a table in advance which was handy as all bar one table were taken by the end of the evening. Very pleasant staff who will speak English (if you don't stop them!) and there is an English menu translation. The interior is spacious with generous room between tables. There are comments in the previous reviews about sombre lighting but this has been addressed and is very comfortable now. The decor is unusual, with lots of display cases of model soldiers and other interesting bits and bobs. Food was excellent, beautifully presented and prompt. We had the fixed price menu at €22 which was varied and interesting. All very clean including the loos which are quite posh. Will certainly go again and would recommend it.