It was midweek afternoon, and all the seats were occupied by local rural folk, so we had to wait a little. They were chatting VERY loudly and obviously enjoying both food, wine and life. We were served by joyful hostess, ate typical local dishes (plate of the day) and drank a whole bottle of a nice house wine.
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