We decided to visit this fairly new place, as we fancied a light lunch. The staff were very welcoming and the service was excellent. There is seating both inside and out and everything is very casual, with low coffee tables, so it is not so much of a 'restaurant' as a charming place to eat, or you can just spend time over a drink or afternoon tea. We chose their lobster baguette and were not disappointed. The bread was warm and the lobster cut into small pieces and mixed with a wonderfully rich and thick marie-rose sauce. Some lettuce and more sauce on the side, together with a basket of perfectly cooked thin French fries. Not quite as light as we had planned, but well worth trying. There were several items on the menu that we fancied and will definitely be back.