Restaurant has been in the same family for over a generation and is a quite charming dining room. Hostess was friendly.
For starters, we had a Carpaccio of Bresola which was average the other a Asparagus with scallion goat cheese & chip. Which was tasty but a little too much scallion, kind of overpowering.
We each ordered the same plat which was the house specialty, chicken roasted over a wood burning fire.
While we thought it was good we felt it was a little bland and should have been better @ 39EU a person for ¼ chicken.
For my dessert course I finished with a frommage plate which consisted of 4 small portions of cheese which underwhelmed me.
It wasn’t so much the quantity but the selection that disappointed although could be a personal taste.
One of the cheeses was a strong “smoked” cheese and another a “fresh” chevre that did NOT complement each other.
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