This isn't the 5 star restaurant that some older reviews suggest.
Although the waiters, and owner, were friendly everything about it was average.
This is a simple affair down a quiet road in the middle of nowhere.
The drinks menu is very limited - no spirits, a couple of beers (in fairness the St Benoit was very good) and then soft drinks or wine.
But all three courses were frankly a little disappointing, with the pizza the most as we were hoping for crispy stone-baked thin crust Italian, and just got a greasy doughy very cheesy pizza like from a normal takeaway.
Nothing was particularly bad, but nothing was particularly good either.
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