Tucked away down a dark restaurant lined road in the new town, l'Annexe offers inventive and classic fare. The inventiveness comes from French-takes on Moroccan classics (Bastilla, sleds, etc) and from Moroccan-isation of French specials (foie gras with saffrony sweet sauce, osso bucco starter [fabulous] with oregano and olive). The classics are perfectly done steaks of good quality meat. The side orders are great, and the children's pasta inventive yet spot-on, without being formulaic or too heavy. Waitering staff very friendly and speedy, yet allowed for an easy paced meal. Chef-patron frequently made it front of house and was plainly keen for us to enjoy his food, a nice touch without being at all pressurised.
If there is a quibble, to our personal taste, the lighting was a bit bright. So if you see some of the photos and a re a bit put off thinking it looks more like a bar, don't be: it is a place for great food.
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