4 of us visited for a change from eating Moroccan food
(one-too many Tagines !)
Small reataurant which meant good attentive service, but it also meant a not very attractive table at the back near the corrider for the food and the toilets, even though we'd made a reservation. The other table were already taken, so quite busy for a small place.
Interesting tasty starters, then a very nice fillet steak, cooked to perfection.
Good value food
Fairly small local wine choice, but it was reasonably good price.
(imported wines more expensive)
Would go again next time !
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