this is a small restaurant which heart is the fire place where the steakes are cooked. must book place one day in advance at least. the owner is an old school rude frenchman but it's part of the appeal of the place. meat is very good, my entrecot was wonderful but could use a little more time exposed to air before going on the grill. the only bad thing is that they cram a lot of people in a very small space so it feels quite uncomfortable when you have to share a table to maximize the owners profit. however i would'nt like this place to grow since the intimate part is a great part of the appeal.
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