Booked this restaurant for New Years Eve 2012 and had a great time. The restaurant building itself is very nice inside - a stone vaulted ceiling makes the place look cosy and traditional. The New Years Eve menu consisted of 9 courses and we thoroughly enjoyed all of them. Good choice of local wines which were quite good and very affordable. Excellent friendly service. Free champagne at midnight was a nice surprise. Could not fault this place at all. There is also a Pizzeria called Le Dahu in the basement beneath the Coppapan - we tried this on another evening and found it to be equally good. Don't just turn up and hope to get a table (we witnesed lots of tourists turned away because the place is so busy) - you really do need to book.
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