After you have tasted tagines, kebabs and couscous often enough, lovely though many of them are, it makes a pleasant change to reserve a table here. In fact the manager/owner is Swiss German and has a wife from Calabria but between them they arrange very good quality French food. We had a lunch and an evening meal here and both were of high quality with fresh ingredients. Crab salad was really tasty and the Meskala goats cheese was truly delicious, served with local dried fruits.
The "addition" at the end was a bit crazy after the evening meal, but we had been surprised by the arrival of a belly dancer so maybe the management was a bit distracted, so check your bill just in case. But enjoy savouring the food and ambience.
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