After reading the other reviews I decided to venture to Ti Toques and see for myself what the restaurant was like.
I felt like the restaurant was trying to be part bistro part fine dining and the music did make me feel like I was trapped in an elevator with the other diners eating in silence.
The owners seem to be a friendly couple although they did not interact with us that much and we had to signal whenever we wanted something else. The food was fresh and simple for the starter I had the Thai sweet chili sticks which were actually Japanese Yakatori sticks with a side of sweet chilli sauce. For the main I had a minute steak which was not the best and a very average mixed leave salad on the side. My partner had the caesar which was quite disappointing for the price and had pre prepared chicken pieces... We had asked some specific questions about the menu and food and we did get some quite ambiguous answers.
I did see some other meals come out the steak and a fish dish and they did look quite good with large servings of chips and salad... maybe we both just made the wrong choice.
The desert was delicious a pineapple carpaccio I felt compelled to choose the most expensive item because I felt I had been ripped off with the size and quality of my steak.
If you are looking for a basic meal steak or seafood then it is okay and I do agree with others that this restaurant has an unusually higher rating and position on here for the area.
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