Went in the evening and although we were the first to arrive, just after seven, it very soon filled up to almost capacity. It seemed that most of the diners were French which is always a good sign and the restaurant lived up to its reputation. The menus are in French but there is a short English explanation so it was easy to understand and to order. The food was excellent although we were disappointed to find that the 'foie gras' was unavailable! There is an excellent wine list which is generally expensive but the house wine is perfectly drinkable and good value! Altogether a very good, very French experience!
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