This small restaurant offers no choice and it is definitely worth booking because there are only a few tables. I suspect that lunch time is probably busier than in the evening. The welcome is most warm and welcoming, the place has a very good atmosphere. We went on a recent Monday evening expecting mussels, which we saw advertised when we dropped by for a morning coffee but they had been sold at lunch. Never mind, our meal was to be a mystery tour. We had a tasty terrine to start, followed by an absolutely fabulous veal stew, which bowled us over. We felt that this course would have been well thought of in far far grander restaurants. We will definitely return in the future.
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