Had lunch here but would recommend it for both lunch time and dinner. Lunchtimes probably fairly quiet but we walked past it at 9.00 pm on Friday evening and it was booming so if you prefer something livelier then it would be a good choice!
The food is excellent, to me it has a Mediterranean twist - the stew was similar to dishes I've had in Greece; the burrata cheese and ham for two to start was actually plenty for 3 and both the cheese and ham were of exceptional quality. Everything was good from the bread that accompanied the starter to the coffees that rounded off the meal. The hostess (and no doubt the rest of the staff) was very knowledgeable about local wine (they only sell locally produced organic / bio) wine and was only too happy to help us choose a bottle to have with our lunch.
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