It perhaps spoilt my impression of this restaurant that I went there with an Italian collegue. He was not impressed with his mozzarela and ham starter and we both left half of our main courses, not so much because they were bad, but large portions of average food (his a seafood risotto and mine a chicken in cream sauce) All this would have been ok if it had a great atmoshere (it didn't) or was cheap (it wasn't) Maybe we were unlucky, as it was quite full. However, while we were still looking at the menu, a diner who was leaving passed us and said (in French) "Don't have the lasagne"
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