This is a small restaurant with quirky charm. If you don't like meat its probably not the place for you. The steaks are excellent and you get to watch them being cooked on a open stove, along with the baked potatoes. The starters are okay and desserts are good. If you go, ask for the owners cousins wine. There is a good red and wine to choose from. During six weeks I ate here four times, If you are here for a week it should be on your list, and the steak is definitely the best option. Prices are fair and the owners friendly and engaging but occasionally overrun.
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