Sept 22nd - my second visit here, and there was no change in their high standards. Admittedly, it is a form of nouvelle cuisine, with quite small portions, but beautifully prepared and presented.
We were given a "special" menu which included a fillet steak, and it was to die for. Certainly not cheap, but worth it.
The inside is a little dark and cavernous, and the terrace outside is but a tiny extension of the pavement. Service is very correct and charming.
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