Have dined here on several occasions over the past two years, I can say that this restaurant is consistently good. It's set in an atmospheric old building, whereby upstairs taller individuals will need to bow their heads due to the ancient beams and rafters. The food is great value for money, an innovative twist on French dishes, and beautifully presented (no doubt due to the fact that the chef is Japanese). Highly recommended.
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