I went here with two friends for Saturday night dinner. We hadn't booked but the owner recognised my companions and found us a table. The restaurant is long and narrow and must have once been a semi-detached house as we were seated in one of the "rooms" towards the back which gave a nice cosy atmosphere. I was impressed by the reasonable menu prices (about $40 fir entree and main) and I had the chicken liver parfait to start and the pork chop as mains. I think the owner wants people to use it as their "local" hence the prices, but there's nothing pub-like or pedestrian about the food and the service is superb, toasting more brioche at no charge tio with the remaining pate. They also have a great wine list and we got to sample an odd but interesting Argentinian wine which was surprisingly briny. I would definitely go there again.
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