This was not our best french food by far but we managed to have a nice time there so at the end eating is not always about the food..but about the moment...We stopped in for lunch one gloomy day in February and were immediately struck by the bustling atmosphere of the place. We managed to get a small table in the middle of the restaurant. Not much space but the food was good and the service ( a cuban waitress ) very friendly - we both had tuna tartar and fish as main course, nice wine selection from France and Spain too ( Marques de Riscal )..
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