Yesterday I had lunch with a group of colleagues celebrating a retirement...so 10 happy people on a lovely Sept afternoon. 7 of us ordered the 15Euro menu, and others a la carte. Atmosphere both inside (cozy, light, full of lamps and art) and outside (umbrellas on a private terrace) lovely!..the best part, actually. In my menu, I ordered "canelons" and it was heavy, tasty. The main, "ossobuco," however, seemed of inferor quality, very fatty and a gravy that seemes very artificial, unhappy with that. some had dessert, others coffee. A la carte items MUCH pricier but looked and (collegaues said) tasted good. Service was largely correct, though one of the three was a bit haughty. Wine is unevenly priced (some marked up 2x, others 4x.) In short, a pleasant but uneven experience. To return, I would go a la carte only.
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