The restaurant that i normally eat in has closed and it was by chance that I discovered the Bistro du Vin. having worked in the tourism industry for the past several years I would like to think i have picked up a number of skills for identifying a good establishment. the menu and exterior of a building as does the number of guests already in the restaurant generally say a lot. a nice warm friendly environment followed by very good service and food. we were offered a selection of bread when seated, which was nice as not included in bill. We left feeling well fed and watered. no hesitation in recommending.
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