Ate dinner here the Sunday evening of our stay and were variously entertained by a musical trio who ran through a number of polkas, traditional dancers and a couple of arias. I'll admit that I usually hate music while I eat but it was hard to resist the enthusiasm of all of the performers. The food was lovely - we went with duck breast and the truffled half chicken then shared a couple of the many delicious looking cakes on offer. Service is a little slow but is nonetheless charming. This is a lovely setting - in the style of a grand European café on a wide boulevard fringed with mature trees. Well worth a visit.
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