We went for brunch and arrived early around 1130am, having been drawn in by the fresh baked goods (fruit tart, chocolate cake, fruit salad, tarte tartin) sitting on the window bench. This meant they were not ready as the menu changes daily and is handwritten. We waited a long time for service and finally a very nice waiter came out to the terrace to explain. We decided to wait and were not disappointed with the food. We had house style moussaka and salmon tart with salad, both of which were delicious. The service was a little off - the waiter forgot the bread basket so our French neighbours offered theirs to us! The staff seemed more interested in talking among themselves than to guests but this was perhaps a function of them gearing up for lunchtime service. Go for the food though.
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