A narrow,three storey building on the main drag. Longish, narrow dining room but well set out. The menu is is quite long and nicely varied. On our visit there were also a number of specials on offer. Very reasonably priced. For example, I had fois gras on brioche to start,with a small glass of good Sauterne, followed by filet steak and lobster. The steak was cooked to perfection, in my view, just past blue. The dessert list was pretty standard so i asked for a caffe afogatto. The waitress was not familiar with this so I told her what it was and it duly arrived, excellent.
Quite extensive wine list and reasonably priced.
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