This is a wonderful warm family run restaurant in a charming hamlet. It has been a number of years since I have been there but my Goddaughter reminded me of it the other day. It is still a favored eatery. The dishes prepared were all homemade and delicious. What appears to be a simple stew was in fact Elk that had been freshly hunted then prepared in a delicious creamy and savory stew. Fresh homemade snapper soup, a lovely array of quiche with a terrific little kick and various yummy sandwiches and such on the lunch menu.
The bar is warm and inviting. They offer a nice selection of liqours, wines and beer.
Favorite Dish: One of my favorites was the homemade french onion soup. This area is known for the onion crops grown. It is the perfect place to have a bowl and perhaps a cider.