We found this restaurant based on a Google search. The decor and menu looked interesting and gave it a try.
We arrived and wanted to sit outside. The host said the tables were reserved, but we could have it before the next reservation. We arrived at 11 am and it wasn’t terribly busy; by the time we left, though, the crowd had arrived.
An English menu is available and we ordered a chicken peat sandwich and a salmon croque. The servers were constantly busy, but came immediately when beckoned.
We enjoyed our food - it was tasty and hit the spot. My croque came with salad, but wasn’t dressed - ask for the olive oil.
We lingered a bit over cafe con leche and people watched. It’s a really beautiful space located adjacent to one of BA’s many art museums.
We paid a total of USD$25 - not too bad for two people. Definitely recommend.
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