This restaurant is actually 2 restaurants. Its a day time café and a night time restaurant. We went at night and had what I'd describe as rustic French cuisine. Its about the 4th time we have visited and the menu remains much the same but a few variations have been seen each time. This time my 2 favs were missing , Cassoulet was all gone and bouillabaisse was not on the menu. I had a very nice terrine for starter and had a lamb rack for main. Both very pleasant and very big portions. So big we both decided to have no puddings especially as they didn't sound very interesting. The makeover from daytime to night is very well achieved by hiding the cabinet and putting tablecloths on the tables with subdued lighting and candles. The restaurant is BYO however the corkage is excessive.
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