Some unusual and delicious starters (loved the creme brulee with chorizo) and interesting cuts of beef which the waitress was happy to explain. Had a (new to me) langue de chat beef steak which was perfectly cooked and which came with great fries. The service was lovely - we struck a deal with the charming waitress that we would practise our (rusty and lamentable) French and she would practise her (newer and much more fluent) English. A good time was had by all.
The restaurant is small and just a few mins walk from the very heart of town. We'll return!
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