We have been multiple times, for business meetings, breakfast , lunch and coffee in various combinations. The strength of this bistro: warm, excellent service, ambience and decor are outstanding, options of takeout, casual or fine dining, and buzzy hip atmosphere. Seating is comfortable. Take out food is very tasty ( same group as The Store in Kohimarama). Parking is good, and it is right by the lovely St Heliers beach and shops.
Downside: busy, no reservations taken ( although they usually find you a table quickly), little room between tables so not ideal for private conversations, expensive, and food and coffee is quite variable, hence 4 star not 5 star rating.
Come here for fun and being part of the action; go to Mortens or La Fourchette in St Heliers for more consistent dining.
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