After our first full day, we asked our concierge for a quiet French cafe with a good menu and reservations were made. Our expectations were high after looking at the menu and we were allowed to bring in our own wine. Good looking room, open kitchen at rear of room. Good service. I like sweetbreads and my wife ordered duck. I must not have paid close enough attention to the preparations on the sweetbreads - large portion - as they were served covered in a thick mushroom gravy. I ate a small portion and quit. In addition, I should have checked if they were calf sweetbreads too. Some restaurants subsitute lamb sweetbreads but given the hotel's recommendation, I highly doubt it. My wife's duck was medium rare but very tough, almost in-edible. She loves domestic and I wild duck but this must have been an old bird. We mentioned this to the waiter who asked if we would like a dessert on the house. We declined and left. We had planned to revisit the restaurant the following night but opted for the Liverpool House which was superior. Very fairly priced menu. Again, good service. We and the restaurant unfortunately had an off night.
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