On the night we dined at Le Studio we were the only non-French there. The clientele consisted of French ex-pats but despite being tourists the atmosphere towards us was cordial enough.
The food was good and the prices reasonable, the service was, well very French really. Efficient enough and the waitress did her best to explain the dishes to us in English despite limited language.
If air thick with cigarette smoke deters you from having a good time you may wish to give this a miss.
As a break from tagine and couscous this restaurant served us well and we would recommend but brush up on your French first.
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