French with a capital F, serving brasserie food with a few twists but priced to compete with neighbours and undeniable value.
Intimate premises, original art on the walls and elegant staff all combined to ecourage a spur of the moment decision. Busy service of groups and couples helped the atmosphere.
Two menu choices, one circa 14 euro and one 20 almost indistinguishable, we opted for one of each.
Aubergine and parmesan starter underwhelming, little trace of cheese and too much crunchy pepper, a coddled egg special interesting rather than memorable.
Mains of pork and lamb solid comfort food with typical French sauces, quality chips and a decent vegetable medley.
Desserts of nutty creme brulee and panna cotta with raspberry coulis and crushed biscuits hit the spot.
Service unflustered and efficient, decent but limited local wine list. Pleasantly surprised by final tally after three courses each plus wine from towards the top end of the list. Not a stunningly memorable meal but no complaints.
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