This is an upmarket Bistro in the Parisian style. Well known to locals for really good quality French cuisine and impeccable traditional French waiters who are knowledgeable about the food they serve. The Bistro has a numerous and faithful clientele of local residents and is one of the very few decent restaurants to open for Sunday lunch in Amiens. When we dined there on on Sunday the Bistro was nearly full by 1215 and all the tables left were reserved. The waiters knew many of the customers and some of them seemed to have a regular table. All good signs. Service is fast unless you request something really special and waiters were very efficient but even found time to explain special features of some of the dishes to us. Try the Spanish acorns and chestnut fed porc from the famous semi wild black pigs the Pluma de porc. This is a Bistro so you might only have a main, or a starter and a main, many people were not having dessert and we did not try the dessert menu, the portions were quite generous and two courses as enough.
Reservation recommended. A must for a good meal in the traditional style but you may need to use your French, this is not a tourist trap!
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