This rural village sits well off a main road and entering it is a bit like stepping back in time. Whatever reason brings you to this area, the restaurant is more than worth your time and effort. We found it by asking the locals, and we were delighted.
The restaurant is truly rustic, and when we came to dinner around 7:30, we were presented with a platter of freshly caught fish and another with seven or eight different slabs of meat. We chose a large beef cutlet that was well marbled. The dinner included some fresh vegetables and fried potatoes, and the meat was enough for the two of us. It was absolutely the very best. We saw the grill later, a stone table with a low wood fire. The family dog was curled underneath absorbing the warmth.
This is, without a doubt, one of the finest meals we have had anywhere. No fancy linen, no pretentious wine list (red or white), and of course, a glass of fabulous port at the very end.
Thumbs up, up, way up!
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