Finished up here as we were late looking for somewhere to eat for lunch (14.30). The Austrian influence of the manageress is clear in the menu choices which include "Spätzle", Strudel, "Speck" and Sachertorte and the Portugese Chef makes a very good job of interpreting these dishes. I ordered the "Boxty Pancakes with Smoked Salmon and Prawns" although I have to admit to never having heard of these before. It turned out that they were very much "Rösti" very light and not at all greasy and it well suited my wanting a light tasty snack. OK, the side salad had too much sweet pepper & cucumber in for me, but that's down to my personal problems of eating such raw, but all in all, very good. I then finished off with Mövenpick Walnut & Maple Ice Cream. Not exactly a light bite but I just love this ice cream and it was a very hot day. My wife chose the warm goat's cheese salad and then sorbet for afters. Really good.
A great place to sit outside and relax and enjoy good food.
As an aside, I'm not too sure what Trevor M's problem was with Guernsey's "own pound" as it's just the fact that their pound has a different picture on it to the British one. They're both the same value, they accept British Pounds and shops and restaurants will ask you if you want British or local change. I therefore don't quite understand why he felt it necessary to pay by debit card. I'm also surprised they accepted it for such a low amount as some countries I've been in don't accept them below €50,--.
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