Always a good sign to be the only tourists in a restaurant, so this was a great little find, with good food in an authentically French setting.
The food was good. We had the monkfish and the scallops as mains and both seemed very fresh. And our deserts were great too - strawberry creme brulee and apple tart. But the main draw of this place is the setting. It's the kind of restaurant that makes you want to stretch out the evening for as long as possible, with a good bottle of red and a plate of fine cheeses to slowly pick through. From our cosy corner seat in the low-lit living room, we watched the rain gradually turn to snow through the little barred window onto the dark side-street. Fabulous.
(Oh, and on a more practical note, we booked via La Forchette, which gave us 30% off for three courses, so we'd recommend that if you can.)
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