We booked via the online "Fork" system, which worked well, and our booking was confirmed even while the restaurant was closed.
The text message included a link to Google Maps (note that the restaurant is shown in the wrong place if you search directly or link from Trip Advisor). And a brief written direction of km 7.7 on road LP3. There is a blue sign for the restaurant on the road, from either direction. Just follow the concrete road all the way down to the car park. Simples!
We ordered Parsnip and Garlic Soup, and Goats Cheese Salad. Both of which were delicious.
Followed by Steak in a Mushroom Sauce and Beef Cheek. Again, both were delicious. However, I would suggest that you add information to the menu on what they are served with. I asked what the steak came with, and was told Papas. Which I assumed, wrongly, were the small Canadian potatoes. Except it came with chips! The beef cheek came with sweet potato mash, so we swapped that for the chips.
We skipped dessert, although the menu choices looked really interesting.
The restaurant itself was lovely. Extremely well renovated and high quality decoration. And with actual linen napkins!! A rarity nowadays.
The staff didn't speak much (any?) English, but the menu was printed in English, which was really helpful.
Service was excellent. Attentive but discreet, with correct skills. Again, rare to see in most restaurants.
The starters were approx €7 each, at the lower end of the menu options.
The main courses were approx €17 each and although more expensive than other restaurants on the island, they were priced very fairly for the quality of meat, how they were prepared and sheer deliciousness!
Definitely worth another visit if we find time.
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