Had an OK lunch here, the best part of this restaurant surely was the quirky interior. The dishes, written on small chalkboards scattered all over the place, sounded very interesting (mostly), however, all of the ones we had (four different ones) were aboslutely nothing special and of just ok quality. For that, it was a little overpriced.
Also the waiter was quite obtrusive to the point of being annyoing. As we were two non french speaking persons, the menu needed translation by others, which too a little, during which the waiter asked at least three time if we wanted some wine. Finally, we decided to get half a liter (two were driving) and he started to haggle that we should take a whole. Same thing with desert, he asked after we ordered the main course, when serving the main course, when taking the empty plates and AGAIN when we asked for the check.
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