Maybe we are a bit dim, but had difficulty finding this place. Better signposting might be an idea to increase the lunchtime clientèle.
I had "Cod brandade & lemon croquettes, spiced lentils" and the fact that there was one croquette on the lentils is not what I commented on when the waitress asked if it was all right.
I replied: "Yes, it was good, but this was not brandade". She quickly moved away. Either she was embarrassed because she knew it wasn't brandade or she didn't know what I was talking about.
My single croquette was mash potatoes with a bit of cod in it.
Have brandade in France, preferably in Nîmes where it was invented and you'll taste the difference.
The rest of our food was also very nice and the house wine was good.
However, we were surprised not to be given any bread which they used to bring to the table automatically (like in France). Had to order bread (but no, love, I didn't order butter!)
So, this is a French restaurant, Raymond, but not quite as we know it.
Oh, eck, not bad for Yorkshire after all.
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