First to say that this is a small bistro rather than a posh restaurant. The French owners initially had opened a small cafeteria next door and put a lot of personal work in order to repair and decorate the current establishment. They managed to create an authentic small cosy bistro, with a personal touch. The owners are very chatty, warm and friendly. The older is the chef, and the younger is the waiter, so if you experience any problem, you can talk directly to them and they will make sure to rectify it. The friendly non-pretentious atmosphere is a very big plus, because I've been to French establishments in central London and they are awfully pretentious.
The menu caters for every budget: there are expensive dishes served in the evening, but also English dishes and breakfast served all day! You can have English breakfast, omelettes, or French variations of poached eggs, well-priced, good portions, moist, and grease-free. It's this menu flexibility that makes the place humble and accommodating, but maybe puts off those who seek gourmet French cuisine.
If you visit during the weekend, booking is recommended, as the place is small and can be very busy.
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