As we enjoyed the friendly service and good food from the nearby general store, we wanted to visit the restaurant, normally only open on Friday for pizza and on weekends for brunch (call ahead). A covered and screened patio allows for maybe 30 seats, in a very relaxed atmosphere. The service is as friendly as you can find anywhere and the food superb, even if selections are limited. The mussels on a tomato and white wine sauce were to kill for, the pizzas, both the cherry bomb (you guessed with cherry tomatoes and very fresh basil) and Kale-fornia excellent, with a dough soft and flavourful.
No liquor licence, I believe but the possibility of byo wine.
Prices very reasonable, parking on the street in this quiet and lovely village
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