Stopped for lunch on a sunny day and we were able to eat outside.
Didn’t really know what to expect but it was 2pm and lots of restaurants either stop at 2 or 2.30.
A very warm welcome by the fluently English spoken owner who quickly set a table up outside. I can’t say the food was that exciting, a shared starter of quinoa with aubergine mousse wasn’t particularly tasty then a small main course of 3 gyoza (Japanese dumplings) on a cold type of gazpacho.....I think trying to be too different didn’t work, as although an acceptable lunch didn’t really set the tastebuds alight - sorry!
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