A number of us did the tasting menu, and it didn't seem like the chef picked the dishes he was most proud of for the tasting menu. It was a good value. The wine, for example, wasn't as good as the wine selected by the members of our group who were ordering a la carte. It was good food, and the castle is fun to see. This is part way down the hill from the castle itself.
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