We booked our family party of 5 to stay at the B&B attached to this restaurant, and arrived tired, stressed and irritable. Carol could fit in my husband and I for a last minute dinner reservation... we sent the young adult children elsewhere.
Well the dinner was nothing short of superb. The baked monkfish was the best seafood dish that I have ever eaten. My husband ordered the lamb, and loved his dish, but after tasting my fish, we returned tonight (with the progeny this time) and almost all of us ordered the monkfish.
The food here at this restaurant is extraordinary. Everything was wonderful.... the service, the breads, the wines, the food. Tonight on our second visit, the young foodie adults were raving about the food. Even I took a photo of my dessert.... and I have never taken a photo of food before. It was just beautiful, and we are very aware of the enormous privilege of being served such fare in such an amazing area of natural beauty, and history.... including of a history of tragic deprivation.
Many many thanks for an incredibly memorable 2 nights of dining. We are so grateful. Carol is a gentle and gracious hostess.
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