On a rainy September afternoon, during our (lunch) break from the Porcelain Museum nearby, we decided to trust TA on a recommended lunch venue.
The hostess / owner was friendly, played a few tunes on the piano in the restaurant towards the end of our lunch.
The mozzarella starter was good, with the accompanying olive oil that was awarded the Medalle d'Or 2013. I had a limousin entrecôte, whilst my partner had a pan seared (organic) tuna. Both was done to perfection.
The dessert was good as well. Cannot remember the name, but was some strawberry dessert that was coming to the end of it's season in the 1 - 2 weeks after our visit in early September. Whilst you may still be able to get those strawberries (according to the owner), it is not was nice as when it is "in season".
Overall, it was a very nice lunch, with an equally fantastic host to match.
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