Visited this restaurant with my wife and daughter on May 23rd 2013 on the recommendation of a friend that lives in Toulouse. Having read all the other reviews, we were not sure what to expect. I have to say that I was slightly disappointed. We had booked a table for 7:30pm. When we arrived, there was only one other couple already there but the place filled up very quickly. Referring to previous reviews: Yes, the décor looks old and distressed but I think that is deliberate. Yes, the tables are very close together (ask for a table at the front of the restaurant if possible. The back room looked claustrophobic.) Yes, it does get noisy, but of course it was full. The disappointment was the food or at least it was for me. One can choose a la carte or various fixed price menus.There is a 3 course menu for 16.50 euros which we all chose. The selection was quite extensive. My wife and daughter both chose "confit de canard" which was pronounced good. I chose the lamb skewer (medium) but it was rather dry and overdone. The mains were accompanied by jacket potatoes and small portions of peppers and courgettes, both overcooked. We all had acceptable "crème brulee" for dessert. A bottle of nice Rose was 14 euros. Nothing was memorable. For the price, it was more than OK, but I wouldn't rush to go back.
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