Great lunch here earlier on in the week. Very atmospheric rooms - small, done out for the benefit of tourists but it worked very well. Menu was a range of local staples and everything we had was lovely. Lonely Planet are a bit sniffy about the additional cost of the bread. Ignore them - it was fantastic and if I ever make it to The Great British Bake-off this would be what I'd make.
Service was quick and friendly - we enjoyed it so much we broke the rule and went back again in the evening. No tables available which probably tells you as much as I can about how good this place is.
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