Despite being the first ones there at 7:45 on a Saturday night, we settled in at the dining room in back. We have small children so waiting until 10 to eat isn't an option! It doesn't look like much from the street or even the bar inside, but the dining room is very homey. The menu del dia isn't served at dinner and this ended up
being a very good thing as we tried numerous items off the regular menu. We started with langoustines (salty but delicious), then had the Camembert salad (very good), the roasted vegetables with thyme ice cream (outrageous), fried fish Andaluz style (kids and adults loved it), "broken eggs" over fried potatoes (house specialty for a reason!), and sepia over mushrooms and rice (a bit salty, but yummy). The kids had the homemade vanilla ice cream and the adults split a chocolate fondant. Plus a bottle of the acustic red wine (amazingly good). The bill was super reasonable and we left sated and happy--the service was very accommodating of our little ones, always a bonus!
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