This business has been closed for 2 years. The once charming building has been covered with graffiti and posters. It has recently been sold and is now being renovated - for what wait and see!
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We stepped in expecting nothing but a decent meal, we ended up with a surprisingly nice supper and a bunch of good memories. The staff is friendly and diligent, no more than 10min wait per dish. Amazing wine list. We had steak, fried potatoes, and...More
This restaurant shut in January. The site is being redeveloped and all restaurant fittings have been stripped from the building. An excellent option is a French Bistro in Brunswick Street traveling South near the corner of Moor St called Bon Ap or a little restaurant...More
One of my favourite restaurants. Always exceptional food and service. Great wine selection. Nice for an intimate diner or catch up with friends.
Well Madam Sousou has obviously changed hands. This was our eldest daughter's favorite restaurant. Beautiful decor, comfortable, not too loud or crowded. Excellent food. What a letdown on this occasion. The food was salty, over oily/buttery but not in a good way. Floppy over cooked...More
Madame Sousou is shut for massive rebuilding. Prior to shutting earlier this year the food quality had dropped and the prices had gone up. Service varied from delightful to forgetful. A great new French Bistro has opened further South on Brunswick St -Bon Ap.
Madame Sousou has maintained a high standard over many years with its food and excellent service. Its perfect for a meal, wine or just a coffee and watch the action on Brunswick Street. Great atmosphere and the place to go for a feeling of Paris...More
On brunswick street, this cafe has a lovely quiet shady terrace, with the seats arranged so you can sit next to your companion and watch the street. The service was amazing, we arrived just as the kitchen was closing and the waitress did her utmost...More
Great atmosphere, and nice touch of France in the Brunswick Street. Stuff is great and I really like the feeling being there for a coffee and croissant.