Chose to eat here because it looked fuller and brighter than the other restaurants in the area. Greeted by Chez Papa himself who's larger than life and personifies the branding and vibe of the restaurant, we had to make do with a rather cramped table due to limited availability. The atmosphere is cheery, the staff efficient and friendly and the food came in good time. For 30 euro's there was a good three course menu balanced just right so you started to get full about 3/5 of the way through the dessert and there was enough room for a decent bottle of wine. After trying all my fellow diners' dishes I recommend the veal and peppers with the ham salad to start. The french toast with ice cream for dessert was a real treat but make sure you order it early on as they ran out. A nice touch: we went twice and they remembered us the second time with handshakes and bonjours.
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