You'd never guess from driving by this 1930s cottage motel that there's white tablecloth dining inside. The chef and owner, Linda Hager, learned to cook while living in Europe years ago, and the little restaurant successfully pulls off a blend of Mediterranean flavors and comfort food. Think braised lamb shank with mashed potatoes. Or trout prepared two ways: Tuscan trout, prepared with pine nuts and currants, for the adventurous; or plain fried for those wanting the familiar. Everything is made from fresh ingredients, including the whole wheat bread cooked daily and the outstanding desserts prepared on site. Portions are generous, to say the least. Special dietary needs are readily accommodated. The service is ideal: friendly, attentive, and knowledgable both about the menu and wine list. A favorite with the locals and with devoted tourists, such as my husband and myself. Full disclosure: we've been going here for years.
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