We chose this restaurant because of 2 reasons: Rick Steves recommended it in his Europe 2013 book; and we wanted a quiet, cosy place to eat. It delivered on both. When we arrived we had to wait about 30 minutes for a table (they estimated closer to an hour, so we were pleased) but it was no issue as we weren't in a rush and wanted to relax and enjoy a pint.
We sat at a quiet, dimly lit table near the bar and it was a very enjoyable atmosphere. I suspected it to be loud since it was a small dining room, but it still felt intimate. We enjoyed shrimp krokets and a Croque monsieur sandwich with beer and wine. Very good value and enjoyable experience overall.
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