Following a recommendation, we walked from our accomodation to Leon's bar. Just needed a couple of heart starters before dinner.
Then to Chez Leon. Not far away at all.
The restaurant is cozy. Quite busy for a Tuesday night with one large table of locals.
They only provide a "Menu du Jour" at lunch time, but this wasn't advertised as we read the board that was still in the street.
Menu is compact but has enough options to suit most. We had a caraffe of house white which was of excellent quality.
A basket of bread for the table. Plenty for the three of us.
There was only one waitress looking after the entire restaurant and she was busier that a one armed taxi driver with an itch.
Howver she rose to the challenge. No slip ups just excellent service
Now to the vittals.
The two on the opposite side of the table had lamb shanks with mushroom risotto. If they said once more how good it was, I was going to leave.
I had veal kidneys. The waitress did question that I understood the French meaning of rognons (which I did) and was happy to take the order.
They were exquisite. Served with a mushroom sauce and mashed potato. The mash was as smooth as a baby's cheeks.
Prices are very reasonable
All in all, a jolly good time was had by all.
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