Several people told us to eat here. They did not say why. We were warned that the service was slow. That was all we knew when we went. It may be best if you do not know anything more.
OK, so you want more?
We arrived at dusk and seemed to enter from the back garden. The small hut-like room is lit only by candles. Four of the six tables were occupied. At one table someone was being taught how to play a card game by the other guests. Odd.
Its run by a local couple who claim to be professionally trained chefs. He wore a T Shirt and a traditional hat, and presented, not a menu, but a list of dishes they commonly serve and prices they usually charge. We ordered. And waited. And waited. We found a pack of playing cars and my son taught me how to play Uno. After about 90 minutes the food arrived. I had local trout cooked in a pouch, which was great. My son had a pepperoni pizza, which he liked less (they put tomatoes on it, which he removed). The food is cooked by a woman wearing a batter headlight and using a candle. There is a battery operated radio in one corner, which plays pleasant music with no commercials.
Afterwards we used the light of my son's iPhone to guide ourselves and a dutch couple back through the woods to our hotel.
It was a unique and relaxing experience. But if you go, pack a flashlight and your patience!
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