We went on a Sunday lunchtime to this restaurant frequented by locals and it scored on every front. Lovely welcome and beautifully cooked food from the region. We had fish soup which tasted of the sea, and crab bisque with puff pastry. Then a special of turbot with saffron sauce and veg. Desserts could not be faulted ranging from a silky creme brûlée to an almond tart or home made pineapple ice cream. The selection of reasonably priced wines were equally good. It's a small set up in a converted house so book, as they were full, and many were turned away. Will definitely be returning.
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