This is clearly a small operation that exists to deliver first class food. We met the chef/ proprietor Frederico who was able to recommend an off-menu dish of freshly made spaghetti with lobster and crab. Before that two of us shared a huge platter of hams and cheese 'from the land' while two had smoked salmon, and I had ravioli stuffed with mackerel with beetroot. The more expensive house white wine (2010 Chardonnay, €30) is delicious as is the 2010 Merlot, both made on the premises. For mains, one of us had the 28 day aged steak, another had rabbit. The meal is not cheap (€255 for five people, 3 bottles of wine, 3 courses), and service could be slow as there's only one hard-working waiter. But its undoubtedly great grub. Perhaps for a special occasion. The Saturday night we went it was nearly full. Testament to the reputation this place has, as there's no passing trade in this sleepy rural settlement.
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