This was a lovely restaurant for a delightful meal. It was empty when we arrived and we got to choose our table in the lower room by the burning stove, perfect for a windy evening. By the time we left the restaurant, it was filled with people enjoying their food as much as we did. We had the fresh fish over a delicious sauce made from Jerusalem artichoke. The boiled potato accompaniment was perfect and we had two servings. For dessert we shared a chocolate cake with a steaming cherry cordial--perfect. It's great to have a simple menu but all good choices. We loved the feel of the place and the food, a lovely memory!
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