Tucked into the corner of one of the town's squares, this upbeat, Belgian-owned restaurant consistently receives rave reviews. The fashionably Mediterranean menu makes little distinction between starters and mains, as all the portions are generous; it shows imaginative use of ingredients in such dishes as reindeer carpaccio with sheep's cheese and herb oil, and roast monkfish wrapped in crispy potatoes and served with a red citrus butter. Innovative pizzas are also an
option. For dessert, try the forest fruits Pavlova or the warm white soup with mandarin sorbet. The large courtyard terrace is cozy and traditional, with brightly tiled walls and a terra-cotta floor.