Our hungry four generation family of twelve descended on the Brasserie mid Friday afternoon and were accommodated without fuss. The dining room was rearranged for our benefit and the patron was very, very patient in explaining the pricing structure, the menu and even brought in the different sized beer glasses when quizzed on the difference. No matter how many times Karine had to repeat herself she remained calm and helpful. The menu was simple, two starters, three mains and a couple of desserts, but varied enough for them to satisfy all except the two children for which a “special” menu was prepared. The Navarin of Lamb and Boeuf Carrottes were tasty, warming as well as filling, plates were cleaned.
Nearly two hours later our group of boisterous eight to eighty year olds left well satisfied and content and the meal really helped make our day even more special given that we were visiting the next village, Achiet Le Petit which our dad, granddad, great granddad and great great granddad’s tank had helped liberate in World War One.
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