We found this restaurant by happenstance near the Archeological Museum. We ate in the fine dining room instead of the place next door served by the same kitchen. The meal was a simple one of a shared cold cuts and cheese plate (with nuts and pears) with oven-fresh bread, local olive oil, a glass of the house red wine, and then we both ordered the sorbet. The waitress had some difficulty explaining the four flavours of sorbet so the chef arrived and explained that it was (in excellent English) all four—and each was flavoured with an unusual fruit- herb combination from the garden (the chocolate with lavender was heaven. All local ingredients, all perfectly in balance, all so fresh. Moreover, the service was perfect too. When they realized we liked the dark bread, they just brought more. The chef came to chat and had worked in Canada and New Zealand, and made recommendations on his favourite restaurant in Victoria. I have simply never had a meal where absolutely everything was so fresh, burst in your mouth with flavour and in balance with everything else served. You won't be disappointed.
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