A lovely setting if it's warm enough to sit out in the square and enjoy dining al fresco. Inside seemed modern and clean and a fresh alternative to chequered tablecothes and rickety chairs elsewhere (thought therefore perhaps lacking in french charm?)
But most importantly... the food ....was great.
Foie gras with potatoes and salad, and carpaccio of beef went down very well indeed.
A tasty flat fish with gallons of homemade hollandaise sauce lightly foamy and divine!
My lamb shank was tasty, and the beans were superb, but personally i prefer the meat to just fall apart when you look at it.
Creme brulee to die for and a good pear sorbet.
For a set menu (24 euro i think) there was plenty of choice and we were more than happy to linger over a coffee and enjoy the evening.
Would definitely recommend this place.
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