We were greeted by Betty with her usual cheery manner, makes for a great start. As we perused the menu a chilled bottle of water arrived, without requesting it, i do feel this should be the norm in all restaurants, then some delicious warm health bread litterly straight from the oven, again a plus!The menu is split between a 2 course/ 3 course set menu and an a la carte which includes some specials of the night. This time we opted for the specials, i ordered the smoked salmon with potato rosti followed by the rack of lamb while my husband went with the Dingle Bay crab claws, prawns and tagliatelli followed by the duck with sweet potato mash. A little glitch, no smoked salmon so i settled for the 5 mile town goats cheese, no complaints delicious creamy cheese in a crisp shell. Our mains were every bit as tasty and cooked perfectly to order, a rare occurance in many restaurants. Our accompaning bottle of chilled crisp Ta Moko sav blanc kept our palates satisfied. We shared a dessert of homemade icecreams. When we requested the bill Betty informed me chef Gerard thought my rack of lamb was a little on the small side so i was only charged the 3 course rate, a lovely touch and appreciated!!
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