Ate here last night with my partner. Being locals to the village, we were pleasantly surprised to find it open (is often closed) so we booked at 8, for a table at 9 which was accepted by the staff quite happily; impressive as they close at 10.
We returned for out table and were taken upstairs to the really cute dining room. Small cosy tables and big group tables, it was a nice mix. The bench I was sitting on wasn't brilliantly comfortable and we had to move the table over slightly to distance ourselves from the other couple we were sitting near. Dim lighting and soothing music a plus, we settled down to the menus.
Huge expanse of drinks available; cocktails, wine, lots of varieties of beer... But as cider drinkers we were pleased to discover (at the last second) that cider is an option. If you're a beer connoisseur you'll love it here; if you want a peroni you're out of luck. Cider was nice, and very glad we found it.
Food took a little while to be ordered and a long time to come. I say disorganised because we ordered 3 dishes each, and they neither arrived all together or arrived in pairs (ie one for each of us). This resulted in one of us choosing to eat alone or have our food go cold, and then the same at the other end of the meal.
All that aside, the food itself was amazing. I had the calamari, the prawns and the chorizo. Partner had Cod & potato croquets, beef empanadas, and rolled chicken tacos. All the food was really nice, and I can't fault it for flavour or presentation.
One thing to note; the toilet is one of the quirks that adds to the charm of this place; you need to collect the key from the bar, and walk round the front of the building down an alley to a little separate toilet room. Cutest thing ever and I love it!
I think with a little more practise and repetition this could be a really great little spot. Its already good; but it could be brilliant.
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