We read about this historical 1870 restaurant so made a Sat night dinner reservation when we walked past at lunch time. It certainly is an elegant building with beautifully decorated ceilings. The menu is extensive and offers great regional produce. We shared an antipasto of tuna tartare in citrus which was light and refreshing. We each had grilled sea bass with sautéed potatoes, cherry tomatoes, capers and olives. Both dishes were delicious and hot. The house white wine was excellent value. We shared liquorice icecream with mint. During the evening we felt very rushed. The female waitress was overworked and flustered with looking after everyone, even though we dined early at 7.30pm.
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