My husband and I enjoyed having lunch there in a sunny day. We sat outside, in the shade of a huge magnolia tree. The lunch was an experience, a journey I would say. Tastes, textures and colours matched with grace and taste- a variety of sauces, flavours, every detail was extremely accurate. Every flower, every green looked amazing. The service is informal yet very punctual, accurate and extremely kind, providing information about the food. It's not a place for everyone and every occasion, but if you want to enjoy something special out of the classic robust local cuisine, go there. Above all, you perceive a great love for cooking and hosting art.
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