I went here with some work friends. We had food and drinks, and it was really good. I had the crab and avocado starter followed by T-bone veal (which I'd never had before) and then a fabulous Grand Marnier Souffle - check out my photo. I had red wine by the glass, as the others had white, and it was very good Burgundy.
I think we were lucky as one of our party was French, which made the service much more agreeable than it might have been as our waitress had limited English.
In comparison to London it was priced OK and the food was of a very good quality, but the wine was a little expensive. Which was strange given we were in the middle of the Rhone. Maybe it's all that French tax!?
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