Don't know the history of this charming architecturally interesting restaurant but the ambience is part of the enjoyment-lots of high ceilings, dark warm wood, muted lighting, and then there is the interesting selection of all sorts of meats from boars to elk to kangaroo! I chose a mere chicken dish but the herbs and seasonings used were rich and different-the appetizer choice of 5 Chester Co cheeses, a pate of ambrosial taste and some pickles, and small slices of crusty bread was so delicious-(I went and bought some of the local cheeses before we left the area-) I would definitely go there again-the waiter was competent and pleasant, the prices reasonable and it was a pleasant venue. I probably would not try some of the more exotic meats as I wonder how fresh they can be coming from all quarters of the globe? but maybe they are-what we ate was very good.
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