We used to come here often, but probably best part of 10 years since we were last here. Decor and ambient hasn't changed a bit, which is ideal - it always feels like a brasserie in Paris. We had lunch for 7 people. Service was very swift as we were in early at 12.30. We had 6 excellent main courses (2 x turbot, 1 x salmon, 1 x sea bass, 2 x entrecôte) and 1 disappointing which was my filet steak béarnaise which I ordered Medium and came charcoaled on outside from too long lon the griddle; the burnt taste overpowered everything else. Desserts were good. Overall a very pleasant restaurant with French waiting staff, but disappointing they couldn't carry the quality all the way through, especially as the filet was the most expensive dish.
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