We almost missed the restaurant as it's not directly on the street but is through an archway. Having said that it was excellent - attractive decor and lots of space. The service was attentive but discreet. We were served a lovely amuse bouche before delicious starters - one was tiger prawns 'gratin' - having expected lots of sauce it was an original way of serving them and they were delicious, and the other was sea bream, pink grapefruit and asparagus. The main courses were equally good - sole and the fish of the day (can't remember what it was called). We did not have desserts. The food here was significantly better than other places we tried - it was slightly more expensive but not overly so. Highly recommended.
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