Little late in submitting this review,visited about 3 weeks ago initially for afternoon tea and so impressed returned for a evening meal.
The venue is a absolute charmer,nothing more on the outside than a hut next to the village hall,inside a slice of dining how it should be ,terribly impressed by the staff,a limited menu which suited me and a ambience that ended the evening by leaving the staff and other guests almost as old friends.
Dont be fooled by appearances.a little gem .
Oh and dont miss out on the goulash which wasnt on the menu but ask and you will get cooked by the Hungarian Chef and owner..
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