Four of went for a Saturday early evening dinner. The space is small and narrow with a mezzanine upstairs that gives it a cosy friendly feel, especially appropriate for winter. Dishes such as broth of ham hock and seared trout with horseradish cream for starters plus belly of pork, croquette potato with celeriac puree and sea bass with broad beans and beetroot for mains showed accomplished precise kitchen skills. Desserts continued the theme. House wines are available by the pitcher and reasonably priced given the quality of food. Tap water is offered on arrival - a nice touch. Deservedly popular local treat.