Who would have thought that you can get such good food in the middle of nowhere! We went there and we were so surprise by the quality and the freshness of the food that we were served! The owner himself attended us and this just shows the hard work he puts into his lovely restaurant. The place itself used to be a barn for horse back in 1700 and now it is an amazing family restaurant. The owner has a certificate of the place that goes back to the 1854 more or less and now he enjoys his passion for food and serving people. He was nice enough to attend us and recommend us some platters we had a full course menu and it was a pure delight. To start with we had a salad to share and a home made pesto pasta that was incredibly delicious and can still taste it in my mouth! Then we had rabbit and porc ribs and both dishes were to die for. Moist , tasty, full of flavors and you can feel the freshness of the ingredients in your mouth! For deserts we had the day desert which was a Mille Feuille with apple confy and cream and another dark chocolat rounds and a dip of white chocolate on the side! The meal was honestly super nice. The coffee also is freshly brewed and good. While you are waiting for you platters to arrive you can go down a celler that is hundred and hundreds years old and enjoy a fresh Vermut. I would huighly recommand this restaurant if you are on the road or in the area! Enjoy and Cheers:)
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