This is a very pleasant restaurant by day (lovely terraces outside for lunch) and by evening. Downstairs there is a bar with an eclectic selection of live music until about 7pm, then the emphasis shifts to the restaurant upstairs. There is plenty of space between the tables, which gives it a fairly relaxed feel. Food is generally good, with some house specialities based on ham and fondue. It can get very busy at times - booking recommended - and when that happens the service can rather grind to a halt. So make sure to allow plenty of time!
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