We were looking for a little more than this established restaurant had to offer due to dinner being served much later in the evening. However, with it's fire pits and medieval wood interior it called us in out of the rain and cold.
According to a Belgian friend, they offered a fine selection of regional beers and appetizers were again seafood or small plates.
A beautiful building from 1695, Jean Cocteau called the restaurant and adjoining theater "The most beautiful in the world."
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