This is a small place tucked away in Soi 1, opposite the Markland. There is indoor and outdoor seating and as we were a party of 14 we opted for indoors having reserved a table. The walls etc are stark so sound bounces around and conversation can be difficult. The menu has quite a range and I started off with the country terrine, served up with conichons and a salad: a very good choice, it was very tasty. For main I chose the duck breast in a sauce plus raspberry vinegar, something I haven't had since I moved from Lincolnshire UK where it is always on sale. With this I had mashed potato to soak up the sauces and my wife and I shared a ratatouille as an extra side dish. I thoroughly enjoyed the whole meal and those who had the salmon said it was good and so were the mussels. My wife had the lapin moutard (rabbit with a mustard sauce) and again a good choice. Suprisingly, the ones who had Thai food were not to happy with it, the only dampener on the evening.
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