I loved the food. The French influence is clear and it was nice to get away from the traditional tagine and brochettes. Unfortunately the terrace was closed, it being a rainy night but the cosy upstairs dining was okay. Be prepared for some very low seating. The prices were fair so enjoy. From the starter to my double desserts, we could not find fault. In the evening it's lovely and comfortable for a couple.
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