We were staying in a nearby hotel and stopped at this cafe. We read the daily menu and the Maitre d' answered our questions. He won us over with his personality and we ate our lunch here. There are about five restaurants in a row under the paintings of Toulousean history which line the ceiling of this walkway. If you get a chance take a serious look at these.
My husband and son had the sea bass daily special and I had the Entrecote. The portions were very large and the food was very good. The fish was served with a spinach cake which was excellent. The steak was served with a Bearnaise sauce which was very tasty as I could pick out the Tarragon flavor with the lemon. It also came with chips [ fries] and a nice salad with a local house dressing. My husband and I had a glass of Gaillac which was recommended by our waiter as a good local red wine and it was extremely smooth, light and medium bodied, an excellent choice. For dessert we had the Chocolate Mousse which was good. Our waiter spoke English to us and we sat outside in the beautiful sunshine.
It was a very pleasant luncheon and we would definitely eat here again.
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