The sister restaurant to Café des Amis, 100 yards up the road, this offers a more formal but still relaxed eating experience. We sat inside rather than on the small outdoor eating area overlooking the river given the dropping temperature. Part of the old city walls the building was originally a woolstore but has been sympathetically restored and given a contemporary feel.
The food is modern Mediterranean, using a wood fired stove, with the menu providing a range of dishes, including pizzas, to suit anyone. My wife enjoyed a pork schnitzel whilst I enjoyed breast of chicken. Both were well presented and flavoursome but the chicken could have been more generous. Starters are between £5-7 whilst Mains are generally between £14-17. The wine list is a little limited but reasonable in it's pricing.
The service is friendly and attentive without being overbearing.
All in all this a restaurant well worth visiting both as a couple and with a group of friends. It is not as buzzy as its sister restaurant -just a little more formal. Its great to have the choice of atmosphere.
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