We tried to get in on the evening round 1930 and couldn't be fitted in so popped back round 1330 for lunch the next day. We waited about 10 min for the opportunity of an outdoor table and the waitress helped us get a table eventually by asking people nicely but firmly to vacate the 2 tables they were on (after all they had finished quite a while ago and were only 3).
The waitress was in and out, so busy with all tables however we were happy to enjoy the sun and our starter to share with a glass of wine. The menu is great to experience typical French cuisine. The saucisson platter is really good, large and very attractively priced. We happily chatted away with neighbours at table and the owner recommended us wine. A very nice atmosphere. The waitress who attended us was new only started a week prior and was really friendly.
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