My wife and I found this restaurant during a short weekend break in Lille. Our table was downstairs and in a little alcove - a lovely atmosphere. The waitress and waiter serving us were both very pleasant and helpful. We had the Pilgrim menu which gave us a choice of several starters and main courses. My starter was smoked salmon on brioche whilst my wife had prawns and asparagus in a sauce. Both were well presented and very tasty. My main was a lovely pork dish done a rich sauce with mashed potato and shallots and my wife had a dish with three types of lamb. Again the dishes were really tasty. This together with a bottle of delightful Alsace Pinot Noir came to about £38 per head - not cheap but well worth it. Overall a lovely dining experience and we would certainly come back to this restaurant.
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