We took out a couple of Provençal paninis, desserts and drinks, packed up in a neat little bag by the smiling Justine.
The paninis were delicious - full of good flavours including fresh basil, and the desserts were scrummy and tasted home-made.
The shop occupies a good corner site, ideally placed for the tourist trade. From a tourist point of view, we thought that it should look brighter and maybe more traditional from the outside, maybe using Provençal colours on the paintwork and hand-writing notices. We wondered if Justine could find a way of displaying the food closer to the window, so that it could be seen from the outside, rather than being hidden away at the back of the store. It's so good, it deserves to be seen by passers-by.
Obviously, a modern look is what was intended, but the shop just looks a little clinical and lacking in character.
The above comments are meant to be constructive and give Justine some feedback from a couple of tourists.
Anyway, the food is great, so if you want a great-quality fresh-tasting lunch, En K Lesca is the place to go. Recommended!
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