My family and I ate here in February. It was a very cold & windy day. We were happy to get inside and have a table near the roaring wood fire. It was a perfect place to spend a wintry afternoon. Over top the hot coals, huge metal grills are hung from a rack so the chef can bbq the excellent cuts in the open kitchen. a somewhat medieval arrangement perfectly suited for the ancient village.
The staff were very welcoming and friendly, making us feel at home, even with our large, young family. I had the rumpsteak with pepper sauce, and my wife ate the cod. The younger kids ate from the kids menu and the teenagers also had steaks. Everyone was happy with lunch.
Being in no rush to go back into the cold, we stayed for lunch. I had the Chocolate cake with an espresso. Was a perfect finish. And the whole time, the staff helped us with the kids, and happily brought what ever we needed. Extremely friendly and welcoming.
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