It was with a sense of trepidation when we were seated that we realised that this establishment was one of those restaurants with a "permanent" menu with a large number of choices. To me, a Bistro is a place where one is offered a relatively small choice of daily "specials" made from whatever market-fresh ingredients are seasonally available.
That said, our choices of Boeuf Stroganoff and Calves Liver were well presented, well cooked and well received.
At 58 euros with a decent bottle of wine, the bill was very reasonable considering the location.
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