this is a bit of a tourist trap in the Cours Saleya (the flower market at the edge of the old town) though lots of locals eat here too. Friends recommended it many years ago and we’ve often eaten here at Christmas. The service can be a bit off (depending on the waiter and the time of year – Christmas is good), though the food is generally good. This time, the service was pretty awful; they tried to seat us at bad tables (basically in the middle of the footpath) and the waiter was clearly not very interested in serving us. The food was good, though we’ve eaten better here. One nice touch was that it’s now possible to have half-size starters!
Petites farcis (stuffed vegetables)
Accra (salt cod fitters)
Lapin rôti (wild rabbit roasted in a wood-burning oven over a dish of sliced potatoes, tomatoes, onions, garlic & thyme) – pretty good stuff, but the portions were very unequal in both size and content.
Mille Feuille of fraises & rhubarb (Ali).
It's quite an expensive place to eat, but probably worth it for the 'buzz'.
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