this place opened mid 2012 and tends to be full most evenings so bookings are recommended. It's odd that it has no name and the first time we drove past at night, we ignored it as we aren't pizza parlour types. The next night it was the only place we could find open as it was fiestas patrias and most places were closed, so we went in, and were really surprised to see it was, in fact, a really typical French bistrot with Typial bistrot menu but also offerig a variety of pizzas as well. We went for the French food and were delighted. Appetizers, main dishes and desserts that we tried ( there were 3 of us and each ordered something different) were excellent and reasonably priced. Try the chocolate pyramid for a dessert!! The owner Didier Veracini is French and each time we have been (4 times in 4 months), he has been there to greet clients and check thst all is going well. He has a small deli next door where you can buy some tasty pate, saucisson sec, wines etc. Each time we have been he's also had a very reasonable and inexoensive Cote du Rhone available, but it's availabilty cant be guaranteed as he imports it himself and hence supply may not match with demand.
If you are looking for a quiet dinner then I suggest avoiding Friday and Saturday night, as like Sunday lunch, the place is full of families treating their children to his variety of pizzas.
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