We booked into Burgundy on a cool spring evening, so chose an inside table. Not ones for large portions we shared a springbok carpaccio followed by a shared seafood platter. Both were excellent - the springbok was tasty and succulent and the seafood a very good mix of white fish, mussels, shellfish and calamari. I usually avoid mussels in South Africa as they are not often cooked from fresh live mussels and finish up overcooked, in a gloopy sauce and with a poor texture, but these were excellent and in a very nice spicy broth. A good meal with friendly service. We will return!
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