We appeared for lunch at 12.00 and lucky we did as the restaurant was practically fully booked, however the charming owner stripped a table near the door which was used for promotional material and gave it to us.
He was a lovely man with good English and a dry wit.
The food was good traditional French bistro fare, exactly the quality you'd expect looking at the place from the outside. And has been commented on before the prices were very good indeed.
Well worth a visit.
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