When you consider that the menu is priced at a similar level to some quite basic cafes but here the style and standard is close to Michelin starred levels, it is no wonder it is always busy. Of course don't expect Foie Gras at those prices (there is a gourmet option, at a price) but the quality is built in and there is considerable imagination employed for even the simplest of dishes. Worth a detour, as they say in the guides!
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