We were staying an a B&B basis in the Phoenicia hotel of which the Pegasus Brasserie forms part.
When we were there it was open Wednesday to Sunday . If the word 'Brasserie' was not in the name, we'd consider it an upmarket restaurant, with formal seating, table settings, service etc. Not a huge menu, and a couple of 'specials' ( written on a blackboard, does that make it a Brasserie?!), but enough choice.
And the food was delicious, and beautifully presented. Good wine list too. We were there on a Sunday evening, it was full...it's not very big, do book....service was quite slow ( but charming) , and though it has a formal feel a group of about eight 20 or 30 somethings (maybe locals?) came in to dine quite late, ( they'd booked, the table was ready for them) very casually dressed, and were dealt with just as the rest of us who were dressed for a smart evening out. So quite an eclectic place in the end!
We'd certainly have dined there again, but wanted to try out other places too!
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