We had a wonderful meal here. The cheese fondue appetizer was a real hit as was the "table d'hote" with 3 courses. One of their specialties is "pierrades", raw food brought to your table on hot volcanic rocks. I had a trio of kangaroo, crocodile and ostrich. Lots of fun and very good, but I think the food prepared by the restaurant was better both in taste and value.
The service was impecable and the environment, an old house, is charming.
They have a children's menu and resonably priced bottles of wine. The meal was rather expensive but a very nice splurge! We would definately eat here again.
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