Viisited on an impulse on a rainy Saturday and had to move in from garden during meal, all smoothly handled. Service was attentive, food a little slow to come but no more than to be expected given the painstaking preparation involved. The house is a national monument, full of interesting pictures and books, but as informally welcoming as any country farmhouse. The tomato tart, which we had eaten at the previous home of Pomegranate in Melville, was still excellent, and the other food was good. The garden and farmyard were excellent play venues for our 6 year old son between courses (and whenever else he felt like it....), while other children climbed a tree in the garden.The chef was attentive and amusing, with good wine recommendations. Not the best food or most elaborate setting in the winelands, but as a package it was outstanding.
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