Had dinner with the wife in late November. We had reservations, and this is a must as the place only has six tables. While we where there they turned people away at the door, so place seems popular, even though the location is a bit off the beaten track.
The food was good and service relaxed and fun. We opted for the three course menu, but should have gone for the tasting menu. Our main was beef fillet, and it was very good, but quite ordinary. The starter and 'middle' courses where great though.
Prices quite low for this sort of place. Would visit again, and then go for the tasting menu.
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